Police investigating arson attack Sderot officials' autos

December 15, 2010 18:22


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Police have launched an investigation into a suspected double arson
attack on two vehicles belonging to Yaniv Peretz, an assistant to
Sderot's mayor, and Yaakov Rabinovitch, deputy mayor of Sderot early
on Wednesday.

A police spokeswoman said Peretz's car was seen on fire at 12:28
a.m. on Wednesday, while Rabinovitch's car was alight at at 1:52 a.m. Both
cars were parked near each man's home.

"All directions are being examined," the spokeswoman said.

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