UPDATE: 4:43 p.m. EDT – Wednesday's shooting in Tel Aviv took place at about 9 p.m. local time. One shooter was inside Sarona Mall while the other was outside. According to the Guardian, Police said the two gunmen were two related Palestinians from the Hebron area of the occupied West Bank.

UPDATE: 4:35 p.m. EDT – Palestinian media reports that residents of Gaza and West Bank are celebrating the attacks by handing out sweets. 

UPDATE: 4:33 p.m. EDT – The Jewish Press reported that four people were killed and four others were in critical condition.

Original story:

Two Palestinian men reportedly dressed as Orthodox Jews were detained after opening fire on a popular shopping center in Tel Aviv, killing at least three and wounding nine, the Jerusalem Post reported.  One armed civilian was seen returning fire at the suspects.

Authorities said the two men are in custody and that one of them was shot during the pursuit. Sources claimed to police that the men were disguised in the traditional garb worm by more austere Jewish residents.

"We need to see who sent the terrorists and to find them," Amir Ohana, a lawmaker from Israel’s center-right Likud party, told reporters on the scene.

Meanwhile, Israeli police were searching the area to make sure there are no bombs in bags.

This is a developing story. Check here for updates.