EMMERICH - The German authorities Wednesday searched a refugee center in Emmerich, just across the Dutch border near Nijmegen. According to local media, including the Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (WAZ), the Tunisian who is suspected of the attack in Berlin lived there as possible.
Earlier reports said German media already in the twenties district of Cleves, where Emmerich belongs, had been given a document which said that his presence was still permitted in Germany, even though he was supposed to be turned off.
The study found Emmerich's already taken place in the morning. It is still unknown what the outcome of it.
News agency DPA reported that Anis Amri was in focus at the GTAZ, the service that is coordinating the efforts against terrorism. There would have spoken of him, but whether that had an effect is not clear. According broadcaster ARD had the Tunisian contact with the previous month arrested Salafi preacher Abu Walaa. The Iraqi justice recruited according recruits for Islamic State.