Police chief convenes high command for situational assessment at Tel Aviv city hall

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January 1, 2016 17:01

 
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The police high command is convening at this hour in the Tel Aviv municipality building for a situational assessment regarding the hunt for the gunman that killed at least two people and wounded several others in the crowded Dizengoff Street section just hours earlier.

The meeting is being run by the new police commissioner, Roni Alsheich, along with other senior officers.

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