4 Palestinians arrested for cattle theft in South

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January 14, 2011 09:47

 
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Four Palestinians suspected of stealing cattle in the South were arrested overnight Thursday by Border Police.

The four were apprehended as they were leaving Hebron, in a vehicle that according to suspicions, was stolen 10 years ago.

Police suspect the suspects are part of a cattle-stealing gang.

Authorities will request a court extend their remand.

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