Questions raised over attacker’s identity; Shin Bet said to raid Kafr Qassem

Residents of Kafr Qassem say Israeli agents with the Shin Bet security service are raiding the home of a man suspected of carrying out the Tel Aviv terror ramming, Hebrew-language media report.

However, reports also indicate that authorities suspect the car driven by the attacker may have been stolen.

Pictures of an Israeli ID card claiming to show the identity of the attacker, and supposedly found at the scene of the ramming, apparently belong to another person, raising suspicions that the actual driver may be from somewhere other than Kafr Qassem, a central Israeli city.

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