Shots fired at Israeli vehicle in West Bank

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January 15, 2014 23:08

 
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An Israeli vehicle traveling near Jit, southwest of Nablus, came under fire on Wednesday evening, in a suspected Palestinian terror shooting attack.

Bullet holes were found in the vehicle, but no one was injured in the attack, the IDF said.

Security forces have launched wide-scale searches for the gunmen.

Also on Wednesday evening, a second Israeli vehicle driving near Beit Hagai, south of Hebron was hit by rocks thrown from a passing car. The vehicle was damaged, but no injuries were reported. A sweep is underway of the area, the IDF said.

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