Israeli police catch Czech man wanted for murder

January 21, 2007 16:06

Israeli police apprehended a Czech citizen near Eilat on Sunday morning; the man was wanted by Czech police and Interpol for the murder of his father. The police received a complaint on Saturday about a man running wild with a knife on Kibbutz Naot Smadar, apparently following a request from the kibbutz that the man vacate the premises. At first the suspect managed to flee the scene, but he was located Sunday morning and arrested. He will be handed over to Czech police.

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