IDF continues to find gunmen in southern town Sderot

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Israeli police respond to reports of Hamas militants in Sderot on Oct. 11, 2023.

SDEROT, Israel − They are finding people in basements and stores. Hiding out in one of the rows of abandoned houses and small apartment blocks. On rooftops.

After regaining territorial control, elite Israeli police and military units are actively searching for remaining gunmen, whenever and wherever they find them, a little less than a week after Hamas stormed this town of 30,000 people on the edge of the Gaza Strip.

“Their food and water supply are running out,” said a sniper in an anti-terrorism police unit in Sderot who USA TODAY spent time with on patrol Wednesday, referring to Hamas militants. “We’re getting more of them now because they need to do something. Move from place to place.”

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