Police investigate 3 explosive devices planted at stadium

Police investigating 3 explosive devices planted at Winter stadium in Ramat Gan

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January 15, 2011 12:26

 
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Police have launched an investigating after discovering three explosive devices planted on Friday at the Winter stadium in Ramat Gan.

A passer-by called police at around 5 :30 pm to report a suspicions package at the 8,000-seater stadium, which is the home of Leumit League soccer team Hakoah Amidar.

A police bomb squad arrived on the scene and found three explosive devices, which were removed from the scene and neutralized.

Police believe the bombs were planted as part of an ongoing criminal feud.

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