Security forces search for suspect in shooting incident in West Bank

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 29, 2016 20:49

 
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Israel Security Forces said Saturday evening that they are investigating a reported shooting attack in the West Bank town of Karmei Tzur that took place earlier in the day.

Israel authorities say that no one was hurt in the incident nor was any damage reported. They added, however, that they discovered two bullet cases at the scene.

Security forces have an opened an investigation and are searching for possible suspects in the incident.

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