2 teenagers, 15, arrested for on suspicion of mop-ed theft

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 8, 2010 10:56

 
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Two teenagers, aged 15, were arrested overnight Thursday on suspicion of attempting to steal mop-eds from Kibbutz Beit Hashita in the North.

The two suspects, residents of moshavim in the area, were detained for investigation will be brought on Friday to Nazareth Magistrate's Court to have their remands set.

Police indicated that the latest arrests occurred after the four other teenagers in the area were arrested on the suspicion of stealing mop-eds earlier this week.


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