A man matching his description was seen in Aalborg in northern Denmark, the Danish police tweeted on Friday, saying people should keep away from the area as it had an ongoing operation there.
Mand med signalement svarende til gerningsmanden fra hændelsen i Berlin den 191216, er observeret i området omkring Eternitten i Aalborg— Nordjyllands Politi (@NjylPoliti) December 23, 2016
The press should call this number 72589856 for questions about the possible suspect from Berlin reported seen in Aalborg #politidk — Nordjyllands Politi (@NjylPoliti) December 23, 2016Amri was also was caught on camera by police on a regular stake-out at a mosque in Berlin's Moabit district early on Tuesday a few hours after the attack, Germany's rbb public broadcaster reported. This handout picture released by the German Federal Police Office (BKA) on December 22, 2016 shows an arrest warrant in Arabic for a Tunisian man identified as Anis Amri, suspected of being involved in the Berlin Christmas market attack that killed 12 people on December 19. German police launched a manhunt and requested an European arrest warrant for Anis Amri, a rejected asylum seeker suspected of involvement in a deadly truck assault on a Berlin Christmas market claimed by the Islamic State jihadist group AFP/BKA[/caption] German investigators had said they believed Amri was still lying low in Berlin because he is probably wounded and would not want to attract attention, Der Tagesspiegel, reported citing security sources.
Anis #Amri soll sich in #Berlin oder #NRW aufhalten. Polizei nimmt keine Verletzung mehr an. https://t.co/lZtwNdtICA pic.twitter.com/6y22zGUnne — Der Tagesspiegel (@tagesspiegel) December 23, 2016In the early hours of Friday morning, special forces arrested two men suspected of planning an attack on a shopping mall in the city of OberhausenIn in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia, police said in a statement.