Police: No terror attack on TA bus

Reports of attempted bombing on Dan bus denied.

By JPOST.COM STAFF,
May 26, 2010 13:20
A Dan bus in Tel Aviv.

dan bus 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Police were on the lookout for two suspicious people originally thought to have planned a terror attack in Tel Aviv on Wednesday afternoon.

Army Radio had reported that a man and woman attempted to carry out an attack on a number five Dan bus. Witnesses claimed that the male suspect was sitting in the back of the bus wearing a heavy coat, and shouted "death to the Jews."

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The witnesses also reported that the female suspect attempted to prevent the passengers from evacuating the vehicle.


According to the initial reports, passengers immediately exited the bus on Dizengoff street and contacted the police.


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