Suspected Berlin attacker denies involvement-security officials say

Suspected Berlin attacker denies involvement-security officials say

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BERLIN — German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday called the deadly truck rampage through a Berlin Christmas market a likely “act of terrorism,” but questions were raised over the suspect held and possible links to the wave of migrants who have entered Germany.
The suspect in custody, said German Interior Minster Thomas de Maizière, was a Pakistani asylum-seeker detained late Monday and who was denying any involvement in the assault that left the festive market wood-splintered and bloodstained.

Hours later, however, Berlin Police Chief Klaus Kandt warned that it was “uncertain” if the man in custody was the perpetrator, and authorities asked the public to “stay alert.”

It raised the alarming prospect that the driver who killed 12 and left 52 injured — in critical condition — might still be at large after possibly hijacking the truck and killing its Polish driver.

“The arrested suspect currently denies the deed at #Breitscheidplatz,” German police tweeted. “Therefore, we are particularly alert.”

The 12 victims, included a Polish national shot dead and found in the passenger seat of the massive black truck that careened into the crowded market. The truck had Polish plates, and the driver was en route to Berlin with a cargo of 25 tons of steel. The wound suggested that the vehicle may have been hijacked by the perpetrator and the driver killed.

Ariel Zurawski, the owner of the Polish trucking company, said German authorities asked him to identify the slain driver, Lukasz Urban, 37, from photos. Full Story

Police in Germany are working on the assumption that an armed attacker is still at large after doubts emerged over whether a man held in custody since Monday night was the suspected driver of a truck that rammed into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin, killing 12 people and wounding dozens more.

“We need to work on the assumption that an armed perpetrator is still on the loose. As a result of this we are on high alert,” said Holger Münch, head of the Federal Criminal Police Office.

Berlin police said on Twitter they were being vigilant as the suspect had denied involvement in the incident.

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“The temporary arrested suspect denies the offence,” the force tweeted in English. “Therefore we are particularly alert. Please be also alert,” they urged the public.

Their comments were echoed by Peter Frank, the general state prosecutor, who told reporters: “We have to get used to the idea that the arrested man – a Pakistani – is very possibly not the perpetrator, and might not even belong to any circle of perpetrators.”

Frank added: “We don’t know if there was one perpetrator or several, or if there was any support.” But he underlined continuing belief about the nature of the attack, saying: “We are working on the basis this was an attack with a terrorist background.” Full Story


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