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Germany promises €100 thousand for Berlin terrorist’s "head"
13:34, 22 December 2016
Germany promises €100 thousand for Berlin terrorist’s "head"

Amri was officially put on wanted list on Wednesday afternoon

13:34, 22 December 2016

The Telegraph

German authorities announced a reward for anyone who can provide information on the alleged terrorist who rammed a truck into a Berlin Christmas market, killing 12 people, and injuring another 48 on Monday. It was reported by Bild, noting that the German Interior Ministry confirmed that the new suspect was announced to the European search.

"Amri was officially issued a wanted notice on Wednesday afternoon. The federal prosecutor's office offered a reward of up to 100,000 euros ($104,000) for information leading to the capture of the suspect, whom it identified as 24-year-old Anis Amri," according to the media.

The name of the person who was supposedly driving the stolen truck and crushed people is Anis Amri. However, the police believes that he has several passports. He is a citizen of Tunisia, 24 years old, with height of 1.78 and weight of about 75 kg, he has black hair, brown eyes. It is noteworthy that the security services was watching Amri, aware of his contacts with Salaphites and suspected the possibility of preparing a terrorist attack. Moreover, he had to be deported from the West Germany this year after his asylum application had been rejected.

Related: Merkel on Berlin incident: it was terrorist attack

Amri is put on European search list after his documents were found in the truck.

The Prosecutor General's Office requested citizens’ help in detaining the suspect, but warns of the danger. "Beware: He could be violent and armed!" the Prosecutor's Office said in a statement.

Earlier it was reported that German Police puts a new suspect on the wanted list in case of attack in Berlin. A suspect from Tunis wanted

Related: Terrorist attack in Berlin: The truck drove into the Christmas fair

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