Police arrest man at airport who apparently stole NIS 100,00 from friend

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July 15, 2009 14:13

 
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Police at Ben Gurion International Airport returned NIS 100,000 in cash to its rightful owner on Wednesday, after it was stolen, apparently by a friend. Following a tip that the victim's friend had stolen the cash and was planning to escape to France, officers managed to locate and arrest a man on a plane about to take off for Paris, who was carrying only hand luggage, and the missing cash.

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