BREAKING: Armed police storm migrant centre in hunt for Berlin Christmas market attacker

Wednesday, December 21, 2016
By Paul Martin

GERMAN police hunting the terrorist who killed 12 at a Berlin Christmas market have stormed a migrant shelter while searching for a Tunisian asylum seeker with links to radical Islamism who is suspected of carrying out the horrific massacre.

Wed, Dec 21, 2016

Detectives searching for the alleged attacker found identification documents under the driver’s seat of the truck that ploughed into crowds at a busy Christmas market, injuring 50 people.

Authorities have warned that the suspected attacker, named as Anis Amri, is on the run and may be armed.

Around 150 police stormed the centre for migrants in the town of Emmerich, near the border with the Netherlands.

ID papers discovered in the truck reveal the suspect had been given a temporary stay permit by the German authorities.

His request for permanent residence as a refugee in Germany had been rejected but he was allowed to stay in the country, according to reports.

The papers also show he was born in the southern Tunisian city of Tataouine on December 24, 1992 – making him 24 tomorrow.

Reports in German media said he was known to the police for aggravated assault but was not charged after he disappeared earlier this month before he could appear in court.

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