Police launch manhunt for armed bank robber in Holon

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September 3, 2012 16:51

 
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Police launched a manhunt for an armed suspect who held up a Mizrahi-Tefahot bank in Holon Monday afternoon with a handgun, at one point firing into the air. Around 2 p.m., the man entered the bank with his face covered and threatened the guard before stealing his weapon and proceeding to rob the bank.

It was not clear how much the man managed to get away with.

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