Blood doesn't lie: Police catch bleeding robber

Forensic team leads to cracking Jaffa criminal case

February 20, 2018 14:11
Blood doesn't lie: Police catch bleeding robber

Blood stain left at the scene. (photo credit: POLICE SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)


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Blood drops left at the scene lead to burglar being arrested.

A criminal was apprehended by the police on Tuesday after he left behind blood stains in the burglarized flat of a Jaffa resident. 

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In January a resident of Jaffa reported to the police that her home was broken into and an expensive computer and screen were taken.

The forensic team discovered blood stains left at the crime scene, which lead to the arrest of a 40 year man who resides in Jaffa, the missing property was found and returned to the woman. 

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