Police suspect migrant worker murdered wife in Petah Tikva

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January 16, 2013 12:56

 
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Police arrested a migrant worker from Eritrea overnight Tuesday after they discovered his 30-year-old wife dead in their Petah Tikva apartment, with signs of violence on her body.

MDA paramedics received a call just after 2 a.m. on Wednesday morning alerting them that a woman was suffering from a head wound. Paramedics found the woman unconscious on the scene and pronounced her dead after efforts to resuscitate her failed.

Police arrested the woman's husband and were investigating the circumstances of the incident.

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