“At Least Three Killed, Six Wounded in Shooting Attack at Food and Retail Center in Central Tel Aviv,” by Yaniv Kubovich, Ido Efrati and Barak Ravid, Haaretz, June 8, 2016:
At least three people were killed and five people were wounded in a shooting attack at Sarona Market, an upscale food and retail center in central Tel Aviv. Two gunmen, disguised as ultra-Orthodox Jews, were captured by police and taken in for questioning.
Six of the wounded are in serious condition and have been evacuated to the nearby Ichilov Hospital.
Tel Aviv district police chief Moshe Edri said there was no prior terror alert before the shooting occured and there was no information about an additional terrorist at large. Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai is currently at the hospital with the wounded.
According to initial reports, two armed man opened fire at passersby near the Benedict restaurant. The shooter then reportedly opened fire at the nearby Ha’arbaa Street.
Several casualties are being treated at the scene. Streets in the area have been closed and the public has been asked to stay away from the scene….