'Railway workers suspected of stealing thousands of liters of gasoline'

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November 8, 2007 20:50

 
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Tens of thousands of liters of solar gasoline that have disappeared from the Israel Railways inventory is likely to have been stolen by the company's workers, Channel 2 reported on Thursday evening. Officials first noticed the problem after receiving a stock report that contained inaccuracies from Haifa's Refueling Center. It unknown how many workers were involved in the scandal or to whom the gasoline was sold. The report said that at least one worker was terminated from his post for his alleged role. Israel Railways confirmed the report and said that both the company and police have opened an investigation into allegations.

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