Police give family food, money after teens caught stealing

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April 1, 2012 13:54

 
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Two brothers aged 12 and 10 from Beit She'an, who were arrested for stealing 5000 shekels during a break-in at a business, told police they could not afford food for Passover on Saturday.

As a result, officers from the Beit She'an police station donated food parcels to the family and raised cash on its behalf.

The brothers were given lunch after being questioned at the station. "This case will not reach court," a police spokesman said.

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