Authorities in Italy say they believe Berlin market attack suspect, Anis Amri, has been shot dead by police in Milan.
The man, who opened fire on Italian police who asked him for ID during a routine traffic stop early Friday morning was “without a shadow of a doubt” Amri, according to Italy’s interior minister.
According to the Italian news agency Ansa, Amri traveled by train from France to Turin, then taken another train to Milan.
From the central station he traveled to Sesto San Giovanni, a working-class area. He was on foot when he was asked to show his documents, Ansa reports.
Monday’s attack on the Berlin Christmas market left 12 dead and 49 injured.