(The Blaze/AP) -- The 29-year-old Canadian porn actor accused of videotaping a gruesome murder before posting it on the internet has been arrested in Berlin, according to reports.
Bild newspaper in Germany first revealed police sources confirming that Luka Rocco Magnotta was apprehended, after a manhunt that spanned the Atlantic.
Prior to his Berlin arrest, police suspect Magnotta was in Paris.
Witnesses say the suspected killer spent his time in the city partying and having a good time, before fleeing his hotel room just as police descended. The pornographic actor reportedly left dirty magazines and airsick bags behind, in the room.
Magnotta is wanted for threatening the Canadian prime minister, first-degree murder, defiling a corpse and using the mail system for delivering "obscene, indecent, immoral or scurrilous" material.
Specifically, he is suspected of killing and dismembering Jun Lin - a 33-year-old Chinese university student he dated - and mailing the victim's body parts to Canadian political parties.
Kankan Huang, the owner of a Montreal convenience store where the murdered Jun Lin worked about 10 hours a week, said the victim was a "responsible, polite cashier." He said he knew something was wrong when the man didn't show up for work last week because he had never missed a shift, but was shocked to hear of the clerk's gruesome death.
"This is the kind of guy that's looking for attention," Montreal Police Commander Lafreniere said of Magnotta, who has been branded the "Canadian Psycho" by the press.
"He likes to glorify himself with the web. The web will glorify him, [but] the web is also going to bring him back to justice because there are a lot of pictures of him out there and it will help lead him to us."
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