Police seek Bnei Brak couple who abandoned 4 of their kids

September 5, 2011 10:29


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Police were searching for a married couple from Bnei Brak who fled their home on Sunday with two of their children, abandoning their remaining four children at home, Israel Radio reported.

The children left at the Bnei Brak home ranged in age from five to eleven.

According to the report, the father telephoned his brother on Sunday evening, asking him to take the children he had left at home. The man's brother subsequently complained to the police.

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