NEW: Four people were injured, police said
The blast occurred near a bus in Tel Aviv
Police are searching for a motorbike
A car exploded in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv on Thursday, but police say they don’t think the blast was terror-related.
The explosion occurred near a bus, and four people were injured by glass and shrapnel
Police say they believe the strike was an assassination attempt related to organized crime.
Investigators want to know whether an explosive was planted in or thrown at the car, which could be seen engulfed in flames on Israeli TV.
They are searching for a motorbike in connection with the incident.
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