Two indicted for teen's murder

By REBECCA ANNA STOIL
June 24, 2006 23:28

 
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Two Rahat residents were indicted Friday for the gruesome murder of 16-year-old Kiryat Gat resident Mika Tefago. Details of the murder were released on Friday when Beersheba District Court lifted a two-month-old gag order following the indictments of Ahmed Abu Musa, 21, and Muhammad Al Huzayl, 27. According to the police account, Tefago met the two in an Ashdod nightclub and accepted a ride home from them. The pair then beat Tefago, murdered her and burned her body. Children playing in Rahat discovered the body in an open area in the Beduin town north of Beersheba. Police were unable to identify the badly disfigured body, but two days later, Tefago's concerned family members reported she was missing. She lived with her mother after the two immigrated from Ethiopia five years ago. In the course of their investigation, led by the elite Negev Subdistrict Central Investigative Unit, police used advanced technology, including DNA testing, to try and crack the case and bring suspects to trial. But ultimately, it was a relatively low-tech method that cracked the case. Police recovered videos filmed at the Ashdod night club showing Tefago leaving with the suspects.

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