Polish Driver Was ALIVE When His Hijacked Lorry Smashed Into Berlin Market, Autopsy Shows

Security sources have no clue where the armed real killer is after questioning wrong man for 12 hours

  • Senior police chief said: 'We have wrong man. Perpetrator is armed, at large and can cause further damage'

  • Arrested Pakistani asylum seeker Naved B, 23, entered country under false name and has criminal record


  • Tonight German prosecutors said the suspect had been released because of insufficient evidence

  • Asylum seeker was living inside hangar for immigrants at a Berlin airport since raided by commandos at 4am 



  • Tonight the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack, which killed 12 and injured at least 48

  • Three of the dead have not yet been identified but six victims have been confirmed as German citizens 

  • Driver steered at crowds - including children - along 80 metre stretch of pavement packed with stalls 



  • Polish-registered lorry understood 'stolen by hijacker', who shot driver

     Lukasz Urban in head in hijacking

  • Angela Merkel says Germany is in 'mourning' - but terror attack could be hammer blow to 2017 election hopes

  • By Martin Robinson, Uk Chief Reporter and Julian Robinson and Anthony Joseph and Stephanie Linning and Alan Hall In Berlin For Mailonline

    Published: 14:33 EDT, 19 December 2016 | Updated: 06:33 EDT, 21 December 2016


    Source : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4049442/Terror-attack-fears-lorry-ploughs-Christmas-market-Berlin-leaving-two-people-dead.html

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