THE prime suspect in the Berlin Christmas market attack has been named as Anis Amri.Police are now searching for the Tunisian asylum seeker suspected of ploughing a lorry into crowds.
Details are now beginning to come to light about the man who anti-terror cops are currently searching for. Here Sun Online looks at what we know.
Who is Anis Amri?Anis Amri is a 23-year-old Tunisian asylum seeker suspected of ploughing a lorry into crowds at a Berlin Christmas market.
His ID documents were found inside the truck which crashed into festive shoppers killing 12.
Born in the desert town of Tataouine on Tunisia’s border with Libya, the suspect is believed to have undergone weapons training abroad.
He is thought to have been awaiting an asylum hearing on his German residency.
Amri has been described as armed, “extremely dangerous” and a member of a “large” Islamic organisation.
The suspect is believed to have been living in temporary housing while awaiting an asylum decision.
He is thought to have arrived in Germany earlier this year.