According to the Embassy of Finland in Berlin, a Finnish citizen was injured during the attack on Monday, when the suspected Tunisian driver plowed through the Christmas market with the truck, killing 12  people and injuring 48.

The embassy has been in contact with the Finn but it won’t reveal how seriously the person was injured.

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The perpetrator is still on the loose as the police continue to raid apartments in the search for the Tunisian man, Anis Amri.

Germany’s federal prosecutor has offered a reward of 100,000 euros for members of the public who help to locate the man.

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