Ramle resident, 24, arrested on suspicion of murder

January 21, 2011 09:59


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A 24-year-old Ramle resident was arrested Friday morning by police on suspicion of being involved in the murder of his 19-year-old girlfriend, Ala Dahar.

Dahar, from Haifa, was shot Thursday as she was sitting in a taxi in Ramle. She was evacuated to Asaf Harofeh Hospital in Zrifin by the taxi driver and was later pronounced dead.

Dahar was in Israel on vacation from school in Moldova where she studied dentistry.

Police said that before she was shot, Dahar was in the company of her boyfriend.

Police are investigating the suspicion that Dahar's boyfriend threatened to kill her if she returned to Moldova to continue her studies.

The suspect, who denied the allegations, will brought to the Petah Tikva magistrate's court for an extension in his remand.

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