Armed robbery in Jaffa - men shoot and wound cashier before fleeing kiosk

March 14, 2014 23:00


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An armed robbery in Jaffa on Yefet street, on the border of Bat Yam, was reported late on Friday night.

Men shot and wounded the cashier before fleeing kiosk.MDA personell were quick to arrive on the scene where the cashier, 30, was rushed to Ichilov hospital in Tel Aviv. There the man was treated for gunshot wounds in his upper arms.

The man was admitted in moderate condition and conscious, reported MDA.

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