60 stolen wedding gowns found in Hebron

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
August 1, 2007 15:10

 
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Jerusalem police on Wednesday discovered 60 stolen wedding gowns valued at NIS 1 million in a storage in the West Bank city of Hebron, police said. The wedding gowns, which were stolen from a bridal store in Jerusalem's Malha mall, were uncovered after police arrested a 24-year-old Jerusalem Arab who was fired from his job at the bridal salon. The suspect told police that he stole the merchandise to get revenge for the "bad treatment" he got from his former employers, Jerusalem police spokeswoman Sigal Toledo said. He was to be brought to a Jerusalem court late Wednesday for a remand hearing.

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