Police arrested a second suspect over a string of firebombing attacks against migrants living in south Tel Aviv, Israel Radio reported Tuesday.
Police said the suspect is the sister of Haim Mula, the 20-year-old man who was arrested on Sunday over the same charges, which included lobbing a Molotov cocktail at an apartment that functioned as a daycare center.
Police also said the girl is suspected of disrupting the investigation of the case.
She will stand before the Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court Tuesday afternoon, where police will request to keep her in custody. Read full story here.
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