UPDATE, December 23, 2016:
Anis Amri has been shot dead.
From USA Today:
The Tunisian national sought in connection with the Berlin truck attack that killed 12 people and injured dozens has been shot dead in Italy, according to a media report.From The Guardian:
Reuters reported that Anis Amri was killed in a shootout in Milan. The Italian news agency ANSA said that a man killed in Milan was Amri. The reports could not be independently verified by USA TODAY.
Italian media report that Anis Amri has been killed in a shootout in Milan
What you need to know about Berlin terror suspect Anis Amri https://t.co/6OaHaRL46M— Voice of Europe (@V_of_Europe) December 22, 2016
Anis Amri is likely the most wanted man in Europe right now.German authorities should have kept their eye on Amri.
Though several people could have been involved in Monday's attack on a Berlin Christmas market that left 12 people dead and 48 injured, Amri is the only suspect who's been publicly identified.
The 24-year-old Tunisia native is considered violent and believed to be armed.
...Amri is one of four children, according to a man who claimed to be Amri's father.
The man said in an interview on Tunisian radio that Amri left Tunisia for Italy about seven years ago after dropping out of school.
While in Italy, he served four years in prison after he was involved in an arson attack on a school, his father said.
Amri left for Germany more than a year ago, his father said.
...While in Germany, authorities had their eye on Amri -- he was believed to be in touch with radical Islamists, including a recruitment network for ISIS operating in Germany, German security officials told CNN.