But, as usual, the answer is provided by Arabs, this via Haaretz:
Shots fired at Israeli vehicle in suspected West Bank terror attack attempt
Around noon on
SaturdayShabbat, shots were fired at an Israeli vehicle near the Ma'ale Shomron settlement in the West BankSamaria. No one was injured in the incident but the vehicle was damaged and there were clear signs that the vehicle had been struck by bullets...
The Arab version:
Israeli forces storm Azzun, say response to gunfire
Israeli forces on Saturday morning closed all the entrances to the northern West Bank village of Azzun east of Qalqiliya preventing all residents from going in or out. Locals told Ma’an a large number of troops stormed the village in the morning. The soldiers completely shut down the northern and the western entrances before they ascended to the roof of a local resident’s home and started ransacking houses for inspection.
Onlookers said the soldiers claimed to have come under fire.
That was Ma'an. Here's Wafa. And the Arutz 7 adds:
...Police and security forces, including Ephraim Brigade deputy commander Tzur Harpaz, responded to the scene of the attack. Soldiers entering the village reportedly shut down the northern and the western entrances before they ascended to the roof of a local resident’s home and started going house for house in search of the terrorist...It is currently unknown whether IDF forces found the terrorist during the search.
Maaleh Shomron is the home of Yesha Council Chairman Dani Dayan and he informs that he passed the spot but 10 minutes earlier.