Acre: 63-year-old security guard attacked, gun stolen

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June 24, 2010 18:41

 
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Two masked men attacked a security guard Thursday morning in the southern industrial area of Acre. The attackers stole the gun of the 63-year-old mall security guard and escaped from the scene on a motorbike.

The security guard was taken to hospital in Nahariya and was in a stable condition.

Acre police opened an investigation into the incident and set up blockades in the area.

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