Two killed in Jaffa shooting incident

Magen David Adom received reports of the shooting at 11:55 pm; criminal motive suspected.

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May 31, 2017 01:49

 
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A shooting in Jaffa left a woman and a man dead late Tuesday night. The shooting, which is suspected to have been criminally motivated, took place just before midnight on Albert Kiosso Street. The shooter is yet to be found.

According to local police sources, the two victims were sitting in a car when they were shot. Medics attempted to save the lives of the two individuals but later confirmed their deaths.

Police are currently investigating and collecting evidence at the scene of the incident.

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