Police arrest four suspects after celebratory gunfire at wedding

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November 3, 2016 18:15

 
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On Thursday police arrested four suspects from the village of Basmat Tab’un in northern Israel on suspicion of firing celebratory gunfire at a wedding the night before - two of the suspects are minors around 17-years-old and the other suspects are in their 30s.

Police say they found a stun grenade and M16 ammunition cartridges after conducting a search with canine units. The suspects were transferred to the Zevulun police station for questioning.

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