Police arrest 4 Taibe men after finding stolen car parts in their vehicle

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September 23, 2009 11:10

 
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Police arrested four Taibe residents suspected of car break-ins overnight Tuesday in Tel Aviv. The suspects' vehicle overturned after hitting parked cars on Rokah Boulevard, and police, who arrived at the scene of the accident, found what appeared to be stolen car parts inside the damaged vehicle. One of the suspects was seriously injured in the accident, and another was lightly hurt. Two more men were discovered hiding in the bushes nearby. They were evacuated to the city's Ichilov Hospital.

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