Suspicious attack christmas market Berlin travelled from Lyon to Milan
Surveillance cameras have on the station Lyon--Dieu recorded that the Anis Amri, who is suspected of the attack on the christmas market in Berlin to have committed, a train ticket to Milan has bought.
The 24-year-old Tunesiër Amri committed to have Monday night, december 19, with a truck, a bloody attack in the centre of Berlin. It came to twelve people to life and got dozens of people injured.
Amri was 23 december, the Italian police killed at a station in Milan, where he is apparently from the French Alps and had arrived.
The French authorities have the route that Amri was not confirmed, but the French news channel Bmftv reported Monday that he was indeed seen on the images made on the station in the east of Lyon.
Amri would with cash have paid for a ticket to Milan via Chambery. About how he was in Lyon, the townspeople is official yet, nothing is known.
This we know about the attack on the christmas market in Berlin