Security forces nab suspected stabber

Detainee being questioned; soldier in moderate condition after being stabbed in neck in Ramat Gan.

May 4, 2009 14:02
Security forces nab suspected stabber

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A man suspected of stabbing a soldier in Ramat Gan on Sunday has been arrested by the police and the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency). The suspect was being questioned. Security forces have banned further information on the suspect and his arrest from being made public. The soldier is in moderate condition after being stabbed in the neck in Ramat Gan as he was disembarking a bus on Sunday evening. Large police ground forces and a helicopter took part in searches since the attack.

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