Police find bodies of two girls in Arad Beduin village

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May 21, 2013 22:53

 
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The bodies of two girls aged three and five were found in a house in the village of Al Fura in the Negev, and both bodies show signs of violence, Negev police said Tuesday night.

Police crime scene investigators were at the scene of the crime on Tuesday night and police said signs indicate foul play.

That said, they added that they have not arrested or begun questioning of any members of the girls families.

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