Beduin armed with knife robs student at Ayalim village, near Dimona

Beduin armed with knife

December 28, 2009 00:35


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A Beduin armed with a knife robbed a university student at the Ayalim student village near Dimona on Sunday night, Israel Radio reported. According to the report, the young man stole her laptop computer and fled the scene on an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) driven by another man. The student was not hurt in the incident.

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