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>> An ID found under the driver's seat of the truck that plowed into a Berlin Christmas market. Has given police fresh clues about exactly who may be behind the attack. The manhunt now focusing on a Tunisian asylum seeker who arrived in the country last year. The ID bears the name Anis Amri, although authorities say he may have used several different aliases.
Raids now taking place across parts of the country as police try to track the suspect down. The 24 year old was known to the security services as being in contact with an Islamist network. His asylum application was rejected, but his deportation didn't take place due to missing paperwork.
>> Berliners are still in shock after the 25 ton truck hit crowds at the market on Monday night just days before Christmas. 12 people were killed, and scores more injured. Islamic State claimed the attack as their own. And a 100,000 euro reward is being offered for information leading to the suspect's arrest.
But the focus also turning to the security forces and whether they missed opportunities to prevent the attack from happening.