Police arrest man suspected of stabbing co-worker to death at Emek Hefer factory

March 6, 2014 10:17


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An argument between co-workers at a meat packing factory near Hadera on Thursday morning ended in murder, police said.

A 44-year-old-man from Kfar Raina in the North was stabbed to death at the factory in the Emek Hefer industrial zone. Police arrested his 37-year-old co-worker who they suspect perpetrated the murder following an argument between the two men.

The suspect fled the scene, but was apprehended shortly afterward at his home and taken for questioning.

MDA paramedics pronounced the victim dead on the scene.

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