Police: DNA evidence links suspect to synagogue break-in

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January 16, 2011 15:08

 
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DNA evidence was used to link a suspect to a break-in at a Petah Tikva synagogue last week, police announced on Sunday.

One thousand shekels and a cell phone were taken from the synagogue during the robbery, police said.

Detectives tracked down a suspect with the aid of forensic evidence.

"The suspect has linked himself to the suspicions against him," police said in a statement.

Police are seeking a second suspect in connection with the investigation.

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