Knesset c'tee convenes session to discuss armed robberies

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February 2, 2012 17:33

 
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The Knesset's Interior Affairs Committee will hold a special session next week to discuss a spate of armed robberies in recent months.

In the most recent incident, a gunman entered a Mizrahi Bank branch in Ness Ziona, south of Tel Aviv, on Wednesday evening, and fired two shots into the ceiling, before proceeding to make off on a moped with 200,000 shekels of stolen cash.

Police Commissioner Insp.-Gen. Yochanan Danino and Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharnovitch are scheduled to testify before the committee, which will demand to know what steps are being taken to contain the dangerous incidents. 


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