ISIS has claimed responsibility for the deadly Christmas market truck crash in Berlin, a report says.
The Iraqi Popular Mobilization Force tweeted that the terror group was taking credit for the incident, which left at least 9 people dead and more than 50 injured at major public market Monday.
Using encrypted technology, the group said they found several jihadist Twitter accounts that had been claiming responsibility for the alleged attack, according to the Washington Times.
The driver of the truck has been apprehended by police and another person that was riding inside the cab at the time of the crash is dead.
The incident — which is being investigated as an act of terrorism — is very similar the the Bastille Day terrorist attack that unfolded in the coastal French city of Nice over the summer.
The driver of the truck in the July 14 attack — later identified as a Tunisia native who pledged allegiance to ISIS — mowed down dozens of people gathered along the tiny Promenade des Anglais.
He wound up killing 84, including 10 children, and injuring more than 200 others.