Man pretending to be cop violently robs Sudanese national

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June 25, 2012 16:52

 
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A man dressed up as a policeman launched a violent robbery of a Sudanese national in Holon on Monday, police said.

The suspect asked the robbery victim for ID, then hit him with a metal pole, before stealing a small sum of cash, police added.

A patrol unit in the area arrested a suspect, 30 of Holon. The robbery victim was unharmed in the incident.

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