23-year-old refugee from Pakistan Navid Baloch previously wrongly accused of committing a terrorist attack on a Christmas market Berlin, did not return home from the police station. Not answering his phone, and relatives fear for his life.
About it writes on Wednesday, December 21, the British tabloid the Daily Mail, citing a missing cousin by the name of Vahid.
According to cousin, Baloch, the eldest son in a large family of a shepherd from Balochistan province, who arrived in Germany in February of the current year, cannot read and write. He is mentally inadequate person, which, however, has nothing to do with Islamic religious zealots and strongly condemned terrorism.
Baluch fled from his native city of Turbat in connection with the increased violence and rampant terror, which unexpectedly overtook him in the prosperous Berlin. A few hours before the attack, Baloch visited the social services office, where the issue of benefits, leaving your phone in the reception center for migrants Tempelhof.