Police arrest mob boss Abutbul suspected of kidnapping

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November 1, 2012 02:14

 
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Police arrested Netanya mob boss Charlie Abutbul and four of his men suspected of kidnapping and beating a yeshiva student that Abutbul and his associates believed has stolen NIS 900,000 from a rabbi's home in Rechasim, Israel Radio reported Wednesday overnight.

According to Israel Radio, the rabbi and his son, who are suspected of ordering the kidnapping from Abutbul, were also arrested.

Abutbul's wife, also suspected of being involved in the kidnapping, was arrested Tuesday.

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