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>> Four people killed in a mass shooting attack in central Tel Aviv Wednesday and six other seriously injured. The incident occurred at the Sarona Market, a trendy open air shopping and dining area near the central military headquarters and Defense Ministry compound. Reuters correspondent Ori Lewis is in Israel.
>> It really is a pretty central area and a very sensitive area in many ways. I mean, you have civilians on one side, the military on the other but the people there are already kind of out to have a good time in the evening, a very nice, warm evening.
Security people in the area say, that it's very, very lucky that the shooters actually didn't manage to enter into the compound.>> Security footage showed the gunmen dressed in suit and tie and posing as customers at the restaurant. And suddenly pulled out automatic weapons and opened fire, shooting one man point blank as other diners fled.
Both gunmen identified by police as Palestinians from a village near the city of Hebron in the Israeli occupied West Bank were apprehended and one was wounded. Authorities said they had no advanced knowledge of any plan to strike Tel Aviv. And the attack comes after a lull in recent months in what had been near daily stabbings and shootings.
Police saying the shooting likely to bring back a sense of insecurity to Israeli streets.