Police say pursuing all leads in investigation of Tel Aviv shooting rampage

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January 1, 2016 18:32

 
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Israeli investigators have yet to definitively pinpoint the motive behind the shooting attack which killed two people and wounded several others in a busy Tel Aviv shopping district on Friday.

Police concluded a situational assessment just after sundown on Friday in which authorities resolved to continue to pursue all leads in order to ascertain the facts that would explain the deadly chain of events.

The assessment was convened by police commissioner Roni Alsheich in the presence of Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan and other top officers.

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