Eilat Police find burglar passes out at local apartment

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November 30, 2014 09:32

 
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A burglar in the southern city who had a few too many drinks before heading out on the job decided to make himself at home and stay a while in a local apartment Saturday night, Eilat police said Sunday.

Officers in Eilat received a dispatch call about a break-in Saturday night and when they arrived, they found the burglar sound asleep, after having cooked up a hot meal in the apartment's kitchen.

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