Germany: Police find Israeli passport on murdered Berlin man

German police confirmed Wednesday that an Israeli passport was found on the person of a man murdered in the ruins of Franziskaner-Klosterkirche church in Berlin on Sunday. Police spokesman Stefan Redlich stated that, due to the severity of the man's injuries, the police cannot yet determine if the deceased man was the owner of the passport or was carrying it for other reasons. Berlin police say the murdered man had sustained massive injuries to the head when the body was found in the church ruins on Sunday morning. Currently, three people have come forward with information regarding the case. Consular officials from the Israeli embassy have been working with German authorities to establish the man's identity.