3 unarmed IDF soldiers attack, rob Tiberias bus driver; none hurt

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November 12, 2009 22:07


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Three unarmed IDF soldiers attacked a bus driver in Tiberias and robbed him, according to police. The Egged bus had stopped at a station in the city when the three boarded it, demanded cash and fled the scene. Following a police chase, the three were apprehended and taken in for questioning. Two more soldiers suspected of involvement in the case were arrested later in the day. Police said the suspects were all soldiers in mandatory service aged 18-19, from Hadera and Pardes Hana. During questioning, they said, one of the suspects returned the stolen money.

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