Police neutralize 2 explosive devices in Yavne, Kfar Chabad; none hurt

Police neutralize 2 expl

September 22, 2009 18:25


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Police neutralized two explosive devices found separately in Yavne and Kfar Chabad on Tuesday. The devices are not linked and are believed to be criminally-motivated, a police spokeswoman told The Jerusalem Post. The first device was discovered by a pedestrian on a park path in Yavne just after midday. A police bomb squad called to the area neutralized the explosive. A few hours later, a pipe bomb was neutralized by a police sapper in Kfar Chabad. An investigation has been launched into the incidents.

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