2 Arabs nabbed in Jerusalem for 15 car break-ins

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
March 15, 2007 17:01

Jerusalem police arrested two Arab residents of east Jerusalem on Thursday after they were caught "red-handed" breaking into 15 private vehicles in the northern Jerusalem neighborhood of French Hill, police said. An assortment of stolen car radios, baby chairs, briefcases, and eyeglasses was found in their own vehicle, Jerusalem police spokesman Shmuel Ben-Ruby said. The two suspects, who have a past criminal record, were brought to a Jerusalem court Thursday for a remand hearing.


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