Anis Amri, Tunisian terrorist suspect, Died at 24


Anis Amri died in 2016.

He was a Tunisian terrorist suspect.

Authorities announced that investigators had found, under the truck’s driver’s seat, on 21 December a suspension of deportation permit belonging to Anis Amri, a man who was born in Tataouine, Tunisia, in 1992.

He started a Europe-wide search for Amri.

Reported by investigators, Amri entered Germany from Italy in 2015 and belonged to a Salafist network, the so-called “True Religion” group, which had grown around the recently-arrested Abu Walaa, a known ISIL recruiter in Germany.

He was sought by the Federal Criminal Police Office.

The officials called for a public manhunt, issuing a recent picture, and offering a reward of €100,000, warning that Amri might be armed and dangerous.

Anis Amri was described as being 178 cm (5 ft 10 in) tall, weighing approximately 75 kilograms (165 lb), with dark hair and brown eyes.

He was shot.

Anis Amri passed away 24 years old.