Woman, 28, moderately wounded when shot in her house in Nazareth

July 30, 2009 07:59


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A 28-year-old woman was moderately wounded overnight Wednesday when she was shot in her home in Nazareth. According to the police, the woman was wounded when a bullet pierced the door of her house and hit her in the stomach as she sat in a chair. An initial investigation had concluded that the motive behind the attack was a dispute between two families. Police were still searching for the shooter.

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