Police: Nahariya officer struck in 'drive-by shooting'

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July 2, 2011 22:28

 
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Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld told The Jerusalem Post that Eldad Hadad, one of four Nahariya officers to serve time in prison for targeting the home of an organized crime chief, was struck by three bullets fired by a gunman on a motorcycle on Saturday evening.

The motorcycle was driven by a getaway driver, he said, describing the attack as a "drive-by shooting."

An intensive investigation was launched on the scene, together with an intelligence gathering operation to determine ""who could be behind this," Rosenfeld added.

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