J'lem man suspected of breaking into King David

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
March 21, 2007 18:08

 
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A 48-year-old Jerusalem jewelry shop owner was under arrest Wednesday for allegedly breaking into a jewelry exhibition in the city's landmark King David Hotel, police said. A police search in the suspect's home, shop, and car uncovered stolen jewelry valued at $100,000, as well as an assortment of drugs, Jerusalem police spokesman Shmuel Ben-Ruby said. The suspect, who denies that he stole the jewelry, will be brought to a Jerusalem court Thursday for a remand hearing. A hotel spokesman was not immediately available for comment Wednesday.

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