7:15 p.m. ET

Israeli authorities say the death toll has risen to four from an attack by two Palestinian gunmen near a popular open-air market in central Tel Aviv. At least five others were wounded. A police commander says the victims were civilians.

Channel 10 TV aired closed-circuit video from inside a restaurant showing two men in suits shooting at diners as they run away from their tables. One of the attackers shoots a man on the ground and waves a knife before running out.

Police say the gunmen, who were captured, are members of the same family from a Palestinian village near the West Bank town of Hebron. The area has been a flashpoint for violence in recent months.

4:52 p.m. ET

An Israeli police spokesman told Fox News that shots broke out at two separate locations at Sarona market in Tel Aviv, making it obvious that the attacks were coordinated.

Micky Rosenfeld said police immediately engaged in gunbattles with the terrorists. One of them was shot and taken to hospital, and the other was captured without being shot.

Rosenfeld could not confirm reports that the terrorists were dressed like Hasidic Jews and were seen eating at the market before launching their attack.

Police say two weapons were found at the scene and no explosive devices were used.

At least three people were killed in a mass shooting at a popular market in downtown Tel Aviv. Several others were wounded in the shooting at Sarona market.

Police say there were at least two shooters and that both were "neutralized" and are in custody.

The two attackers were described to Fox News as Palestinian cousins from the Hebron area that were known to Israeli authorities.  Channel 10 TV says reports indicate that at least one of the attackers was disguised as an ultra-Orthodox Jew with black coat and hat.

The station reported that footage showed an armed civilian shooting at least one of the suspected perpetrators.

Video of the moment a policeman allegedly shot one of the terrorists was uploaded to social media.

The weapons used by the attackers included a "Karl Gustav improvised machine gun," Israeli police told Fox News.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had just returned from a visit to Moscow, and called a meeting of the head of Israeli security services and police at his Tel Aviv office across the street from the attacks.

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