German police continues the search for possible accomplices of the Berlin market attacker Anis Amri, using information found in his cell phone. Amri was killed by Italian police in Milan while on the run from authorities after the attack – Vasilis Chronopoulos.
German police raided a refugee home and a flat in Berlin on Tuesday in connection with its investigation into Anis Amri, the man suspected of killing 12 people in a deadly attack on a Berlin Christmas market last month.
Investigators searched a refugee home, where a 26-year-old Tunisian man they believe knew Amri is living.
Police suspect the man had known Amri since at least 2015 and was in contact with him shortly before the day of the attack on December 19. The federal prosecutor’s office said there is a “suspicion that the suspect knew of the attack plans and possibly helped Anis Amri.”
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