2 men convicted in 2007 murder of supermarket guard

February 10, 2010 12:10


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The Tel Aviv District Court on Wednesday morning convicted Shimon Levi, aged 32 from Ramle, and Shimon Wahabe, 22 from Rishon Lezion, of the murder of 56-year-old security guard Yom Tov Douek, at Holon's Hetzi Hinam supermarket some three years ago.

Another guard was seriously wounded in the incident, and the two were also convicted of attempted burglary.

Ephraim Cohen, aged 25 from Holon, was indicted under suspicion of being an accomplice to the crime but not convicted.

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