2 Beduin caught in possession of 53 kilograms of heroin in Arava

July 14, 2009 16:42


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Police caught two Beduin in the Arava on Tuesday in possession of 53 kilograms of heroin which had been smuggled into Israel from Jordan. The two, aged 49 and 40, were taken for questioning after the drugs were discovered in their car. Police suspect the drugs had a street value of NIS 15-20 million.

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