rman police carry away evidence seized from a Berlin apartment. One of 24 properties searched, across the city, in raids conducted by around 450 officers on Tuesday morning. That included two business premises and six prison cell connected to an organization call Fussilet 33 e V which run the mosque visited by the Tunisian asylum seeker who plowed a truck into crowds at a Christmas market in December killing 12 people.
> Federal prosecutors say, 24 year old Anis Amir worshiped at the mosque on the day of the attack. He escaped the scene and was shot dead by Italian police four days later in Milan.
A video emerged apparently showing him pledging allegiance to militant group Islamic State. At the end of January, German authorities arrested three men on suspicion of having links to IS and planning to travel to the Middle East for combat training. Newspaper Bild reported that they too were frequent visitors of the Berlin mosque Amir used to visit.