Rifles stolen from police storage facility in the North

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March 9, 2010 16:06

 
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The Acre Magistrate's Court on Tuesday lifted a media gag order on the robbery of a police weapons storage facility in Israel's North overnight Monday.

Several people broke into the facility and stole rifles. Two suspects have been arrested.

Israel Police Deputy Inspector-General Cmdr. Ilan Franco has ordered the establishment of a committee to probe the incident.

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