Jersey City Shooting Was 'A Targeted Attack On The Jewish Kosher Deli'

Pending further investigation, Mayor Steven Fulop refrained from assigning a specifically anti-Semitic motive in the shooting Tuesday that left six people dead, including one police officer.
Emergency personnel stand Tuesday night at a kosher supermarket, which shooters targeted in a deadly attack hours earlier in Jersey City, N.J. Source: Rick Loomis

Updated at 1:15 p.m. ET

The shootings that left at least three civilians and one police officer dead Tuesday in Jersey City, N.J., was a targeted attack, according to local authorities. At a news conference Wednesday, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop explained that the pair of shooters, who were also killed, had clearly singled out the kosher market on which they opened fire.

"At the time of the incident yesterday, it was difficult to understand intent, and there's still a lot of questions around

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