Police storm a Berlin mosque and set off stun grenades as manhunt for terrorist intensifies after officers arrest four of his friends in raids on refugee centres, halfway houses and flats across Germany

Thursday, December 22, 2016
By Paul Martin

Elite commandos blew up front door and witnesses reported hearing gunfire
The target was the ‘Fussilet 33’ association’s building in Perleberger Straße
Four men held in Dortmund – where Anis Amri once lived with a hate preacher
Elite police units also search Berlin flat and refugee centre in Eastern Germany
Border guards are searching cars leaving Germany for France near Strasbourg

22 December 2016

Police raided a mosque in Berlin tonight as they searched for Europe’s most wanted man.

Elite commando units hunting for Anis Amri, 24, blew up the front door, threw in stun grenades and witnesses reported hearing gunfire.

The target was the ‘Fussilet 33’ association’s building in Perleberger Straße in the south-east of the capital. Neighbouring flats are also being searched, according to German media.

It was raided in 2015 over allegations they were raising money for extremists in Syria. An imam was put under investigation.
This morning four associates of Amri were arrested as police raided addresses across the country.

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