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Top policeman: We’ll track down all involved in Jerusalem bombings within days

Police and security personnel at the scene of a terror attack in Jerusalem, on November 23, 2022. (Olivier Fitoussil/Flash90)
Police and security personnel at the scene of a terror attack in Jerusalem, on November 23, 2022. (Olivier Fitoussil/Flash90)

A top Border Police official tells Kan Radio he believes that “in the coming days we will get to each and every one of those involved” in last week’s bombings in Jerusalem “and bring them to justice.”

Chief Superintendent Oded Aflalo, head of the Operations Branch for Border Police, says “the investigation is ongoing on several levels: intelligence, which we will not detail, but which is advancing, and operational, in which the Border Police is working with the Shin Bet, the Yamam (police counter-terror unit) and other units.”

The two blasts near entrances to Jerusalem killed two people and injured 22 others. They were caused by bombs left near two bus stops.

Yesterday evening saw reports of intensive police and Shin Bet operations in East Jerusalem as part of the search for the people behind the attacks.

Reports said Israeli forces were narrowing their focus, but additional details were barred from publication.

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