Netanya police to scan shop CCTV to aid in stabbing probe

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May 12, 2012 19:07

 
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Police in Netanya said Saturday that closed circuit television equipment inside the telephone accessories store where shop owner Psahov Vladislav was stabbed to death on Friday would will help determine the course of events that led to his death.

Police suspect the elder of two brothers, 44, who arrived at the store brandished the knife that caused the fatal stab wound to Vladislav.

The victim died at a local hospital after paramedics found him conscious but lying on the pavement outside his shop.

Still, police have indicated that a financial dispute likely prefaced the attack, and indicated that Vladislav may have struck at one of two brothers prior to the stabbing that killed him.

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