Initial report: One man wounded in stabbing incident near Kfar Saba; Motive unclear

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May 15, 2016 20:30

 
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Police said Sunday they received a report of an alleged stabbing incident near the town of Kfar Saba. The motive for the incident remains unclear.

One man, 29, was reportedly wounded in the event but there was no word on the state of his condition.

Police were on the scene and have opened an investigation.

More details to follow.

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