Nepalese man detained for possession of Police Chief's cell

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April 10, 2010 20:30

 
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A Nepalese foreign national was detained by police in Tel Aviv Saturday in possession of Chief of Police David Cohen's cell phone, which was stolen on Friday.

The Nepalese man said he bought the phone at a store in Tel Aviv's Central Bus Station, the store owner has also been detained by the police.

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