Police catch Haifa gang that bought cars using stolen checks

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June 15, 2010 11:03

 
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A gang that bought cars by paying with stolen checks was arrested by Haifa police on Monday.

The gang, who had been operating for a few months, bought the cars and then sold them on, before the vendors discovered the checks were stolen.

Police say there are three suspects aged 30 to 40, residents of Haifa, and that they bought and sold about 20 cars.

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