Police search northern Arab towns in manhunt for Tel Aviv killer

January 6, 2016 08:01


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Police are expanding their search for the Tel Aviv terrorist to Arab towns in the North that border the Green Line, as the manhunt for killer Nashat Milhem reaches its fifth day.

Israel Police said that National Police Chief Roni Alsheich deployed large forces to the area in the early morning hours after similar searches in the metropolitan Tel Aviv area proved fruitless.

The expanded search in the North also comes following information on Tuesday that Milhem managed to escape Tel Aviv after killing two and wounding eight others on the city's popular Dizengoff Street on Friday, as well as murdering a taxi driver.

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