i24 News reports: Shots were fired in the near vicinity of Israeli soldiers in the Golan Heights Monday causing no injuries, the spokesman of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) said.
The shots were heard by soldiers in the Golani brigade south of Mt Hermon where the borders of Israel, Lebanon and Syria meet.
The army is investigating whether the fire intentionally targeted the soldiers or was spillover from the civil war in Syria.
No bullets have yet been found in the area of where the soldiers were.
Spillover from the civil war in Syrian has crossed into Israeli territory on a number of occasions, usually in the form of mortar and projectile fire, causing damage but no injuries.
While most were presumed to be stray shots, Israel has accused Syria of aiming at Israeli targets on several occasions, briefly returning fire.
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