Knife wielding assailants rob hundreds of thousands of shekels from TA club

Knife wielding assailant

November 29, 2009 12:55


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Knife-wielding robbers held up a South Tel Aviv nightclub on Saturday night, and made off with a safe containing hundreds of thousands of shekels. Police reported Sunday that the assailants were let into the "Courthouse" nightclub on Shocken street, across the street from the Tel Aviv Labor courthouse. After they arrived, witnesses said they quickly accosted a club employee and threatened him with a knife, demanding he show them where the club's safe is kept. The suspects then fled the scene, and as of yet no arrests have been made in the incident.

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