Palestinian police return stolen rifle to IDF soldiers

By NOAM AMIR/MAARIV HASHAVUA
October 9, 2015 18:01

 
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Palestinian Authority security personnel returned a stolen rifle to the IDF on Friday in the midst of rioting and violence throughout the West Bank and Israel proper.

Palestinians from the West Bank village of Azzun managed to steal a rifle from an IDF soldier during rioting on Friday.

After swiping the weapon, the IDF contacted the PA's security services, which retrieved the gun from the thief.

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