Police find body of a man buried at Ashkelon beach, arrest suspect

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September 5, 2009 23:07

 
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Police on Saturday evening found a body of a man buried at an Ashkelon beach, in an advanced stage of decomposition. Police have arrested a suspect in the murder. It was believed that the motive for the murder was a personal quarrel between the two.


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