Israeli police arrest two suspects in attempted rape.

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October 24, 2016 04:32

 
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Israeli police on Sunday night received an emergency call regarding two suspects who forced a woman into the bushes in Be’er Ya’acov.

Police arrived, performed a search and found the suspects two tourists in their 30's. The woman was found with her shirt torn and scratches on her legs.

Police will request to extend the arrest of the two subjects.

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