Police arrest two suspects accused of stealing weapons from homes of soldiers

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June 26, 2015 08:39

 
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An undercover investigation held over the last month and a half arrested two suspects in their twenties. The suspects are accused of participating in robberies carried out by a gang of burglars who followed soldiers to their homes to steal their weapons.

Undercover investigators found 4 cases where weapons were stolen from soldiers in Zihron Ya'akov and Binyamina.

The suspects were taken in for questioning and are scheduled to be arraigned on Friday morning.



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