BERLIN - The investigation into the attack on the Christmas market on the Breitscheidplatz in Berlin continues, now the suspect Anis Amri's death. Head of the German Public Prosecutor Peter Frank made clear Friday that the investigation will now continue to focus on possible accomplices of Amri.
Attorney General Frank confirmed that Amri was slain in Italy. 'For us it is now of utmost importance to determine whether the suspect in the preparation and implementation of the act, and also has been in flight, help,' he said.
Furthermore justice among others wonder if the firearm that the 24-year-old Tunisian same gun with her in Milan, where the Polish trucker note was shot in Berlin. Amri traveled from Germany via France to Italy, where he was shot by officers.
Regional broadcaster RBB reported on Thursday that he was filmed after the attack for a radical mosque in Berlin's Moabit district, but that story is not true, according to the chief of the local prosecutor in Berlin. The one on the pictures is another.