Underworld hit attempt fails in Tel Aviv

Two assailants on a motorcycle fire at known criminal on King George St; no injuries reported.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 16, 2009 10:14
Underworld hit attempt fails in Tel Aviv

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Two assailants on a motorcycle opened fire at 27-year-old criminal Rafi Ben-Shimol on King George Street in Tel Aviv on Tuesday morning, in what appears to be a failed underworld assassination attempt. No injuries were reported. Police were canvassing the area in search of the shooters. The shooting took place near the WIZO kindergarten at 8:15 a.m., as parents were bringing their children to their day-care facility. Last month, a powerful blast shook Rehovot when a bomb planted on a van exploded, seriously wounding its 25-year-old driver. Police described the attack as a criminal assassination attempt. Tamir Amira, the wounded driver, was rushed to Rehovot's Kaplan hospital in serious condition, suffering from wounds to his limbs. His van was demolished in the explosion. Yaakov Lappin contributed to this report

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