Court extends remand of Avdat vandalism suspects

Remand of three men susp

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October 15, 2009 19:48

 
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The Beersheba Magistrate's Court on Thursday extended the remand of three Negev locals who allegedly caused extensive damage to ancient World Heritage Site Avdat earlier in October. Two of the suspects are adults, while one is a minor. All three have denied the allegations against them, despite evidence police say proves their guilt. Their remands were extended by eight days. Police are currently holding four people in custody for alleged connections to the crime.

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