Police: Stolen property from Azur found in Haifa apartment

June 28, 2010 08:44


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Four suspects were arrested Monday by Tirat Carmel and Haifa police detectives in a raid on an apartment in Kiryat Eliezer.

In the apartment, the police found large quantities of stolen property from burglaries in Azur.

The suspects, three of them Haifa residents and one, a resident of Atlit, were between the ages of 25 and 50.

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