Written by Staff Writer
21 Dec, 2016 | 5:52 pm
The suspect in connection has been identified as the person who was already arrested in Germany in August with forged documents then released by Judge.
Media reports claim that the German Police are in search of a Tunisian over the recent Berlin Christmas market attack.
The German Police has found temporary stay permit inside the lorry, where the two individuals ploughed.
The temporary stay permit was owned by a person named Anis A who was born in the 1992, in the city of Tataouine in Tunisia.
Sources claim that the permit was issued in North Rhine-Westphalia, where the German Police are currently carrying operations.
Sources also claim that the suspected individual is known to have many false names and that he had applied for asylum in April and was given a temporary residence permit.
The Islamic State (IS) has said one of its militants carried out the lorry attack on a Berlin Christmas market, which left twelve (12) people dead.
Twelve (12) people have been killed after a lorry ploughed into a huge crowd at a festive market in the German capital of Berlin.
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