Names of Rishon Lezion family found dead released

Names of Rishon Lezion f

October 17, 2009 16:27


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The names of the six family members who were found dead in a Rishon Lezion apartment on Saturday morning were released on Saturday afternoon. Grandparents Ludmilla and Arnold Oshrenko, both 56; Dimitri, 32, and Tatania Oshrenko, 28, and their three-year-old daughter Rochelle and four-month-old baby Nataniel were found dead in a torched apartment on the city's Nordau Street. Police were investigating suspicions of murder or suicide.

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