Youth pulls handgun on police in Tel Aviv, is shot and wounded

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July 28, 2016 01:40

 
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A youth drew a handgun on police in Tel Aviv on Wednesday night, Channel 2 reported, stating that the young man was shot by the officers and critically wounded.

The incident occured on Rishon Lezion Street, and three others who were with the youth at the time escaped the scene, with officers now searching for them in the area.



The context of the event is being investigated.

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