Female, 16, reveals identity of alleged Beersheba killer

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 7, 2012 08:31

 
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One of the suspects, a 16-year-old female, in the murder of a father of two in Beersheba, revealed the identity of the alleged murderer late Sunday.

The murder was particularly grisly as the motive for the murder appears to have been merely that the father asked the group of youths to keep the noise down when he had been unable to get his children to sleep due to the noise the youths were making.

Although many of the eight arrested suspects had refused to admit involvement in the murder, the teenager broke down under police questioning and even returned with police to the scene to describe the events of the crime in detail.

The police reportedly cornered the suspect having found her shoe at the crime scene and based on listening to her telephone conversations, which police had wiretapped.

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