The German police have found a “letter” in the vehicle of the driver who rammed his car into a crowd in central Berlin on Wednesday morning, the German tabloid Bild has reported. At least one person was killed and dozens injured.
The motives of the driver remain unclear, according to the paper. One of the investigators told Bild the incident was “definitely not an accident.” The investigator has also reportedly branded the man a “cold-blooded killer.”
Earlier, the police identified the driver as a “German-Armenian, 29, who lives in Berlin.”
According to Bild, law enforcement officials were familiar with the man over “property crimes.”
Berlin police officials said they had not yet determined if the motorist’s crime was intentional or accidental. The driver has been arrested.