A security services source, a senior police officer, told die Welt newspaper: 'We have the wrong man. The true perpetrator is still armed, at large and can cause further damage.' Witnesses said victims including children were sent flying like bowling pins and sucked under the wheels leaving 'rivers of blood' as the killer driver steered at them before jumping out of the cab and racing from the scene.Lukasz Urban (pictured and right inset), a 37-year-old father-of-one, was killed in the carnage that saw a 25-tonne truck career through Berlin's Breitscheidplatz Square, which killed 12 and injured dozens more (left inset).Interior minister Klaus Bouillon said that Germany is 'in a state of war' after the massacre on Breitscheidplatz Square last night.
His family struggled to contain their grief as the coffin, wrapped in a Russian flag, was carried off the plane by soldiers in full uniform at the Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow.
Karlov's mother Maria also attended the military ceremony, along with Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov.
It came as the owner of Polish haulage firm, Ariel Zurawski, insisted the driver - also his cousin - was hijacked by the man suspected of carrying out the attack.
A picture shows married Mr Urban smiling in the cab of a lorry, while his boss revealed another image, taken from CCTV, shortly before he was hijacked.
Alarm bells started ringing for the Polish haulage company when the lorry's GPS showed the vehicle was being driven like a 'beginner'.
Russian Ambassador Andrei Karlov's widow broke down in tears as his body was returned to his homeland amid full military regalia after he was gunned down in Ankara on Monday.The two men were seen having a glass of wine near Westminster yesterday (pictured, left), at the Cambridge Street Kitchen in Pimlico (bottom right), central London.They appeared to be having an animated conversation, despite Mr Clegg once describing Mr Osborne's behaviour as 'very unattractive, very cynical' and constants battles when they were in coalition (top right).Crowds attending the nativity scene at Canterbury Cathedral were confronted by the fearful sight of armed police bearing assault rifles patrolling the manger where Baby Jesus lay.The order to deploy heavily armed officers follow's Monday's tragic attack on a Christmas market in Berlin which claimed 12 lives and injured 48.Both men's offices declined to comment further on the private lunch at a restaurant where a soft-shell crab burger costs £16 and the menu offers salads and 'light bites' for trendy diners.