Men planned to use grenades at Bloomfield stadium

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May 24, 2007 10:55

 
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A 40 year-old man was arrested Thursday morning on suspicion of weapons possession. Close to 1 a.m. the Yarkon District Police stopped a suspicious Toyota vehicle in Tel Aviv with two soldier passengers in it. While searching the car, 26 smoke grenades were found along with four stun grenades, 25 flares and five firecrackers. The three people in the car were remanded for further questioning. The soldiers were passed over to IDF police. From primary investigation police revealed that the three were planning to use the weapons at the Derby game to be held at the Bloomfield soccer stadium on Sunday.

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