Police in frantic door-to-door search after Tel Aviv gunman

By MAARIV ONLINE
January 1, 2016 16:22

 
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Israeli police have sealed off thoroughfares in central Tel Aviv in what appears to be a door-to-door search for the gunman that killed at least two people and wounded seven others just moments earlier.

Authorities have blocked off Ibn Gabirol and Arlozorov Streets to traffic. Residents who live in these areas are escorted to their homes by police.

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