On Monday, and Islamic terrorist plowed a truck into a Christmas market in Berlin, Germany, killing 12 people and injuring another 49 in the ISIS-inspired attack.
The terrorist, Anis Amri, fled the scene and disappeared causing a nation-wide manhunt. As the investigation unfolds, we’re learning more about what happened in the hours after the attack, and where Amri fled to for protection is quite troubling.
Apparently Amri knew his fellow Muslims would assist him, so he went directly to a local mosque to hide out until he could make a getaway the following morning. Video from the area shows the savage leaving the mosque in the early morning hours on Tuesday.
More from the Daily Mail:
Amri’s last known location was a mosque in Berlin, where he was seen just hours after the atrocity.
Amri was captured on CCTV outside the place of worship in the city’s Moabit neighbourhood just eight hours after the Christmas market massacre.
Images show a man in dark clothing and a cap standing in a doorway in the early hours of Tuesday, German public broadcaster rbb reported.
— rbb|24 (@rbb24) December 22, 2016
Translation: Anis Amri after assassination attempt on #Breitscheidplatz Tuesday spotted early in Moabit.