Father attacks cop after son caught stealing motorbike

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April 26, 2010 07:40

 
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Two youths were apprehended for stealing a motorcycle in Haifa on Sunday night when an off-duty policeman caught them in the act.

As the policeman was speaking to the youths, the father of one of them arrived at the scene and attacked the policeman in an effort to get his son off the hook. However, policemen on patrol duty backed the cop up and arrested the offenders.

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