Revealed: Tunisian asylum seeker, 23, suspected of carrying out Berlin massacre was being tracked by police for months over an earlier terror plot – but they LOST him

Wednesday, December 21, 2016
By Paul Martin

ID belonging to Anis Amri, 23, who was born in Tataouine, Tunisia, in 1992, found in killer truck’s footwell
Officers have been to all hospitals because they believe Amri could be badly injured after massacre
Suspect has links to Tunisian radical group Ansar al-Sharia and imam who has also preached at UK mosques
Amri allegedly arrested for GBH and having fake passport but vanished in December before being charged
ISIS last night claimed responsibility for the attack on revellers, which killed 12 and injured at least 48
Driver steered at crowds – including children – along 80 metre stretch of pavement packed with stalls
Naved Baluch, 23, was blamed for carnage all because witnesses saw him commit a traffic offence
He had no blood on his clothes, no injuries, there was no DNA match to lorry and he denied being involved

21 December 2016

German police were tracking a Tunisian asylum seeker with ‘links to Islamic extremists’ for months amid fears he was involved in an earlier terrorist plot – but lost him before the Berlin Christmas market massacre, it has emerged.

Police today revealed they are hunting Anis Amri, 23, a refugee who came to Germany earlier this year. His paperwork was found in the footwell of a lorry used to murder 12 people on Monday night.

He is probably armed, ‘highly dangerous’ and a member of a ‘large’ Islamic organisation and has weapons training abroad, security sources say.

This afternoon it emerged that he had already been under investigation for planning a ‘serious act of violence against the state’ and counter-terrorism officials last exchanged information about him in November.

The suspect, believed to have entered Europe through Italy with Syrian refugees, was also in contact with a ‘network of leading Islamist ideologists’.

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