At least one rocket struck the outskirts of Israel’s southern Red Sea resort of Eilat, on Monday, according to a security source, Ma’an News Agency has reported.’At least one rocket was fired at Eilat and they found the remains on the outskirts of the city,’ the source said, adding that the searches were continuing, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Neither the police nor the army could confirm rocket fire on the city, although residents had reported hearing several explosions earlier in the evening, a police statement said.

The last time the resort city came under attack was in August of 2013, when the Israeli army said that its Iron Dome anti-missile system had intercepted and destroyed a rocket but did not say where it came from.

That attack was claimed by a Gaza-based militant group called the Mujahedeen Shura Council, which has previously said that its operatives in Sinai had staged several rocket attacks on Eilat.