2 suspected looters arrested in Yemin Orde by police

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December 5, 2010 16:43

 
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Two men ages, 40 and 17, were arrested by police Sunday afternoon on the suspicion of attempting to loot the Yemin Orde youth village after it was evacuated due to the fires in the Carmel region.

The suspects were from the Amakim region and could not provide police with any reasonable alibis for their presence in the area of the abandoned school.

The two are currently being interrogated by police in Zichron Yaakov.

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