Two gunmen allegedly dressed as Orthodox Jews killed four people at the Sarona Market in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Wednesday.

The police managed to shoot and disarm the gunmen.

Three people remain in critical condition while four others have serious injuries.

Police have not confirmed if the gunmen dressed as Orthodox Jews as one eyewitness claimed.

From Times of Israel:

Yechiel Miller, a volunteer medic with United Hatzalah, related from the scene of the attack: “When I arrived at the scene I saw a woman who was unconscious and not breathing and in critical condition. We began resuscitation efforts. We also treated numerous other individuals who suffered gun shot wounds and wounds from shrapnel.”

Davidi Dahan, another medic with United Hatzalah said: “When I arrived at the scene I saw two young people who were suffering from gunshot wounds outside of a restaurant at the Sarona center. We treated them as well as numerous other individuals who were suffering from shock.

“While we were treating them other volunteers form the ambucycle unit of United Hatzalah reported that they were treating an unconscious woman behind the Sarona center and that she was in critical condition. We are currently searching for and treating other people who are suffering from shock and who have fed to nearby streets due to the incident.”

Update (MC) 4:30PM:

Chico Edri, head of Israel Police’s Tel Aviv district, said they do not believe suspects remain at large. He confirmed they arrested one gunman and took the other into custody after an officer shot him. They took the weapons used the killing spree.

The gunmen also did not warn of the attack.

More witnesses spoke with Times of Israel:

An eyewitness told Israel Radio that the gunmen were dressed up as ultra-Orthodox men. Other reports said they were dressed in semi-formal attire: black pants, white shirts and ties. Police wouldn’t address the claims.

A bartender confirmed to The Times of Israel that the two gunmen were sitting at Sarona’s Max Brenner restaurant before beginning their shooting spree. Yousef Jabarin, a resident of Umm al-Fahm, said the pair were dressed as “warriors”– wearing black suits, white shirts, skinny ties. He said he knew they were from the West Bank by the way they were dressed. The terrorists sat down and ordered a dessert, he said, and after 15 minutes, they stood up and started shooting.

The gunfire lasted about a minute, he said. Jabarin said the Max Brenner restaurant does not have its own security guard.

UPDATE (MC) 4:48PM:

Palestinians handing out sweets after the attack:

Yet, Israeli doctors are working to save the life of one of the gunmen.

Someone needs to remind this journalist of that fact.

Hamas official celebrates the murders. Of course.

Pictures have emerged from the crime scene:

UPDATE (MC) 5:02PM:

UPDATE (MC) 5:25PM:

Another victim died. Officials have not released names of any of the victims or injured.

UPDATE (MC) 5:50PM

Police confirmed the gunman are 21-year-old Palestinian cousins “from the Hebron area in the West Bank.”

Stay classy, Hamas and Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine!

UPDATE (MC) 6:18PM

Officials have released more CCTV videos of the attack. WARNING. May be disturbed by the images.

UPDATE (MC) 7:43PM

Hamas media tweets out picture of one of the shooters.

https://twitter.com/AqsaTVChannel/status/740683864012554241/photo/1