Thai police arrest Israeli national wanted for murder

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December 5, 2012 13:45

 
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Thai police on Wednesday arrested a dual Hungarian-Israeli citizen suspected of murdering a business partner and dumping his body in a rubber plantation in Phuket, the Bangkok Times reported.

According to the Times, police on Sunday issued an arrest warrant for 35-year-old Moshe David, who also goes by the name Andras Ngmgth Gabor, after the body of Peter Reize was found last Friday.

Ben Hartman contributed to this report.


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