Zionist Israeli police raid house of alleged Tel Aviv shooter
Israeli police and military forces on Saturday raided the house of a Palestinian young man in Ar’ara town in the northern Triangle accused of carrying out the gunfire attack in Tel Aviv last Friday.
Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper said the forces ransacked the house of Mohamed Melhem, arrested his brother and confiscated a computer
Following the attack, the Israeli occupation police and the Shin Bet intensified their presence in Tel Aviv and its vicinity and launched a massive manhunt for the suspect.
A shooting took place Friday on Dizengoff street in Tel Aviv, killing two Israelis and injuring at least seven.
The police claimed the shooter could be Mohamed Melhem, a 29-year-old Palestinian who had already served five years in an Israeli jail on a charge of attempting to steal a gun from an Israeli soldier.