An employee of the Federal Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BKA) points at a bullet hole found in a car at the BKA headquarters in Wiesbaden, central Germany Tuesday Nov. 20, 2012. German authorities... more 
An employee of the Federal Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BKA) points at a bullet hole found in a car at the BKA headquarters in Wiesbaden, central Germany Tuesday Nov. 20, 2012. German authorities are offering a reward of up to 100,000 euro (US $128,000) for information that helps them track down the mystery assailant, or assailants, behind a four-year series of shootings at trucks loaded with cars on the country’s highways. (AP Photo/dapd/ Thomas Lohnes) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By dapd/ Thomas Lohnes
Tue, Nov 20, 2012 9:55 AM EST