Reevaluation on situation following Tel Aviv attack due Saturday morning

By NOAM AMIR/MAARIV HASHAVUA
January 2, 2016 09:20

 
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A reevaluation of the situation following Friday's shooting attack in Tel Aviv and ensuing manhunt that continued the next day was expected Saturday morning.

Police swat teams and the Shin Bet (Israel Security Authority) conducted sweeps in the central Gush Dan region throughout Friday night. 

At this stage, the possibility remained that the attacker has fled the metropolitan Tel Aviv area.

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