Three suspects indicted for murder of guard

By DAN IZENBERG
May 7, 2007 20:59

 
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The state on Monday indicted three suspects allegedly involved in the murder of security guard, Yom Tov Dueck, at the "Hatzi Hinam" supermarket in Holon. The man suspected of pulling the trigger has not been apprehended and was not among those charged. One of the suspects is 21-year-old Maor Cohen, of Holon, who served as head of the fish section of the supermarket. He allegedly told three friends, including Shimon Levy, 32 and Efraim Cohen, 25, about the setup at the market. The suspected killer is Shimon Wahaba, 22. The suspects are charged with murder, conspiracy to commit a robbery in aggravated circumstances and attempted robbery in aggravated circumstances.

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