Hadera: 3 arrested on suspicion of breaking into apartments

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April 13, 2012 11:08

 
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Police on Thursday night arrested three youths suspected of breaking into apartments in Hadera and business in Pardes Hanna.

Two of the suspects are residents of east Jerusalem's Silwan neighborhood, and the third is a resident of Haifa. The three were arrested in Wadi Ara, after police found burglary tools, balaclavas and drugs in their car.

The suspects will be brought for a remand extension on Saturday evening. 

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