Two arrested for selling stolen IDF weapons to suspects in West Bank

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April 22, 2018 16:46
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In a joint operation with the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency), Israel Police arrested two suspects on Sunday for selling weapons to suspects in the West Bank — some of which were stolen from IDF bases in the south.

Police seized two Carl Gustaf recoil-less rifles and ammunition, according to the Police Foreign Press Spokesperson. One of the suspects is a resident of the Negev region, and the other is from the Palestinian city of Yatta in Hebron.



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