Kids aged 10-11 arrested for burglary, stealing parrots

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April 8, 2010 18:11

 
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Two kids aged ten and eleven from Rehovot were arrested on Thursday on suspicion of breaking into businesses and kindergartens – stealing, among other things, three parrots. Apparently, they sold some of the stolen goods in order to purchase sweets.

The two were apprehended after surveillance camera footage showed them stealing the parrots from a local kindergarten.

The kids were allegedly joined by others of the same age, and also two teenagers, for at least a dozen break-ins.

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