Security forces continue hunt for Barkan terrorist; 7 suspects arrested

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
October 9, 2018 07:53
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In a joint operation with various security forces, the IDF continued its manhunt overnight for the shooter who murdered two in a deadly attack in the Barkan Industrial Park on Sunday, Israeli media reported Tuesday morning.

The perpetrator has so far managed to evade capture, but several arrests were conducted in relation to the affair. The IDF arrested seven suspects unrelated to the attack in overnight raids in the West Bank, including element affiliated with terror activity, illegal funding for terror and violent demonstrations. The suspects have been taken in for questioning.

Maariv online contributed to this report.



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