UPDATE: Berlin suspect has been killed in shootout in Milan. Anis Amri was responsible for the deadly truck attack at a Berlin Christmas market on Monday that killed 12 people and injured 48.
Officials say Amri had pledged allegiance to ISIS.
German police have identified a Tunisian native as the culprit of the deadly attack on a Christmas market in Berlin. Monday's truck attacked claimed the lives of 12 people and injured 48.
The suspect has been identified as 24 year old Anis Amri of Tunisia. There is a massive manhunt underway to find and capture Amri with German police offering 100,000 Euros (104,000 USD) for information leading to his arrest.
German police have issued the warning that Amri is a "very dangerous" suspect and urge civilians not to put themselves in danger if Amri is spotted. German officials state that Amri has been known to be in touch with radical Islamic groups.
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