Berlin attacker traveled through Netherlands after attack: report

A bus departing from Sloterdijk station in Amsterdam
A bus departing from Sloterdijk station in AmsterdamVasyatka1 / Wikimedia Commons

Anis Amri, the man responsible for an attack on a Christmas market in Berlin on December 19th, traveled through the Netherlands after the attack, according o Italian and French media Italian newspapers La Republica and Corriere della Sera report that a SIM card was found in his bag that was only distributed in the Netherlands, NOS reports.

On December 19th, Amri drove a truck ino a Christmas market in Berlin. He was shot and killed by the Italian police in Milan four days later.

According to the Italian newspapers, the SIM card was handed out for free in shopping centers in Breda, Nijmegen and Zwolle between December 20th and 22nd. Amri did not use the SIM. 

According to French broadcasters LCI and TF1, Amri traveled from Amsterdam to Lyon. They report that he got on a bus at Sloterdijk station and got of at Lyon and that he was not checked along the road. 

It is certain that the Tunisian man traveled by train from Lyon to Milan.