Four Bedouin in possession of heroin arrested

January 30, 2010 19:11


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Four Bedouin men were arrested by police on Saturday as they crossed from into and were found to be in possession of 5.4 kilograms of heroin, police said. 

The suspects, from the Negev town of , were arrested by the elite Magen anti-smuggling police unit, which operates along the borders of the southern police district. The police's Central Unit also took part in the arrest. 

Police say that most heroin makes its way to through .

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