Police uncover fake driver's licence lab in West Bank

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March 15, 2010 18:26

A lab for creating fake Israeli driver's licenses was uncovered in the Palestinian village of Yata, near Hebron, police announced on Monday.

Fake license plates and vehicle owner registration documents were also produced at the site, police said. A 45-year-old suspect was arrested for running the site together with seven other suspects.

They are suspected of changing the license plates of stolen cars.


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