Police arrest former firefighter suspected of fraud

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December 18, 2012 08:08

 
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Police arrested a former firefighter from Kfar Saba on Tuesday after he was suspected of fraudulently issuing thousands of dollars from citizens at the currency exchange "Change" shop in Netanya, Army Radio reported.

According to Army Radio, the suspect dressed as a policeman, took citizens money to check if it was fake, and then disappeared with the haul.

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