Bomb sappers find huge sum of money in suspicious package in Karmiel parking lot

April 14, 2015 23:26


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A suspicious package left in a Karmiel parking on Tuesday turned out to contain a huge some of money, Israel Police reported.

After receiving a report of the suspicious package, Police closed off the area and a group of bomb sappers were called over to detonate any potential explosive that could have been in the bag.

However, the sapper crew discovered that instead of a dangerous find, the bag contained hundreds of thousands of shekels in cash and checks.

The owner of the bag quickly notified police and was able to retrieve his valuable possesion.

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