Suspicious attack Berlin killed in Milan

The Tunisian who is probably the attack on a Christmas market in Berlin, is shot dead in Milan. That confirmed the Italian Minister Marco Minniti (Interior) Friday at a news conference.

The terror suspect was, according to Italian media at night outside a train station stopped by the police. When the man was asked for his ID, he would have opened the fire directly. In the gunfight that followed, hit a agent wounded and the suspect came to life.

The Italian police was, according to initial reports not focused on search of the Tunisian. He would during a routine control are addressed. According to a police source, it is clear from the decreased fingerprints that it indeed comes to Anis Amri.

From a train ticket that later was found on the body of the man, it turns out according to regional media that he at night to 01.00 hours by train had arrived in the city. About two hours later the fatal confrontation with the police. The defendant would have traveled through France to Italy.

The European security services are already days looking for Abbas, who Monday according to the German authorities with a truck drove into on a Christmas market in Berlin. Twelve people were killed. On and in the truck were fingerprints and a personal document of the Tunisian found. The Italian police still looking for matter if the firearm that the man also the coat of arms was used in Italy, with which he hijacked the truck in Berlin.