Beit Shemesh Police nabs four stabbing suspects

February 21, 2010 13:16


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Beit Shemesh police arrested four suspects Sunday in the stabbing of two local residents Saturday night.

Police say the two victims, aged 17 and 19, were walking down a street in Beit Shemesh when a man suddenly pounced on them, stabbing and wounding both of them seriously before fleeing.

The two victims were rushed to the hospital where they remain in serious condition.

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