TEL AVIV (Reuters) - A gunman killed two people and wounded at least three others in central Tel Aviv on Friday before fleeing, Israeli police said, adding that the motive for the attack was unclear.
Nati Shakked, owner of the Simta bar on Dizengoff Street, which was hit by gunfire, said the assailant had waited on a bench outside before taking a machine-gun out of a bag and "shooting in every direction".
Israel has seen a wave of Palestinian street attacks since October, fueled in part by Muslim anger over stepped-up Jewish visits to Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque complex, also sacred to Jews, as well as long-stalled peace talks.
"It was a terrorist attack, without a doubt," Shakked told Israel's Channel Two television.
Police said a manhunt was under way in Tel Aviv, Israel's commercial capital.
(Writing by Dan Williams; Editing by Kevin Liffey)