PARIS - The French authorities do not confirm yet it Anis Amri, the 24-year-old Tunisian who traveled gave a bloodbath with a hijacked truck on a Christmas market in Berlin, through France to Italy. Since the suspected terrorist was shot dead Friday.
The Italian news agency Ansa reported that Amri, ended up in the Piedmont region unnoticed through Chambéry in the French Alps in Turin. There he would have taken the train to Milan. A ticket that is found on the corpse of the jihadist, the evidence would be for their chosen route.
'I call for caution regarding the information that is circulating now,' said the French Minister of Internal Affairs Bruno Le Roux. 'Only thorough research makes it possible to identify the precise facts. 'Le Roux said constantly keep in touch with his German and Italian counterparts.