'No reason to think Tel Aviv gunman is still in the city,' Erdan says

January 4, 2016 08:11


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Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan told Israel Radio on Monday that “there’s no reason to think that the gunman [from Friday’s attack on Dizengoff Street] is still in Tel Aviv and not in some other part of the country.”

Erdan was speaking as security forces continued to search for the fugitive suspect throughout the Tel Aviv metropolitan area.

Two people were killed Friday and seven others were wounded when the alleged gunman, Nashat Milhem, opened fire with a semiautomatic rifle on the crowded Dizengoff Street.

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