Istanbul riot police unit fired at

Ankara, March 3 (IANS) Two unidentified female assailants on Thursday opened fire at a riot police station in Turkey Istanbul city.

Initial reports indicated that two women inside a vehicle opened fire at the station and fled the scene after abandoning their car, Hurriyet Daily News reported.

Police launched an operation in surrounding neighbourhoods to apprehend the attackers.

According to CNN Turk, both attackers were currently trapped inside a building.

Police were set to launch an operation once the surrounding buildings were evacuated.

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