Ramat Gan murder suspect worked as security guard in mayor's bureau

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September 8, 2009 19:57

 
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The custody of Assaf Oren, 20, of Jaffa, who is suspected of stabbing a 34-year-old photocopying shop owner to death during a dispute over payment was extended at a Tel Aviv District Court for eight days on Tuesday. According to a Channel 2 News report, the suspect worked as a security guard in the bureau of Ramat Gan mayor Zvi Bar over the past year. Oren turned himself late on Monday night after fleeing the scene of the stabbing in Ramat Gan on Monday afternoon. The murder victim was a married father of two young children.

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