Couple from village in the North found hanged at home

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July 26, 2009 21:16

 
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A couple in their thirties were found hanged in their house in Beit Jan, an Arab village in the North, on Sunday evening. The man and woman had two children but they were not at home when the man's father entered the house and found the hanged couple. The two lived in a neighborhood of Beit Jan populated mainly by people who served in the IDF. There was no suicide note in the house. Police were investigating the incident.

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