A Palestinian attacker opened fire inside a West Bank industrial zone Sunday morning where Israelis and Palestinians work together, killing two Israelis and seriously wounding a third, the military said.
Those killed were identified as a man and woman, both in their 30s and employees at the same factory.
The other woman shot in the incident was taken to hospital, where doctors said her injuries were not life-threatening.
Israeli security forces raided the village of a Palestinian suspected of shooting two Israelis dead, the army said Monday, making arrests while the assailant himself remained at large.
"This was a serious terrorist attack", the military said in a statement.
Conricus said the suspect was not known to authorities and was not believed to belong to a Palestinian militant group, saying it appeared to be a "lone wolf" attack.
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On Sunday morning, Na'alwa arrived to the offices of the Alon Group factory in the Barkan industrial zone armed with an illegally manufactured Carlo-style submachine gun.
"I am certain that they will apprehend him and I am also certain that we will deal with him to the fullest extent of the law and quickly", Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at the start of his weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem.
Israeli soldiers patrol near the scene where, according to Israeli media, a Palestinian shot and wounded three Israelis, at an industrial park adjacent to a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank October 7, 2018.
While insisting the attack was an act of terrorism, he acknowledged there were "other factors involved as well", without elaborating.
"No way in our industrial zone", he said, describing an atmosphere of camaraderie in Barkan".
Israel settlements are considered illegal under worldwide law and major stumbling blocks to peace as they are built on land the Palestinians see as part of their future state.