Two more arrested in Kiryat Shmona double murder

By REBECCA ANNA STOIL, JPOST STAFF
August 6, 2007 19:13

 
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Police on Monday arrested two more suspects in the Kiryat Shmona double-murder case. On Saturday, a family walking near the municipal stadium was horrified when their young son came across the body of 25-year-old Anatoly Ziskin, an immigrant from the former Soviet Union. Early Sunday morning, a second body, also of a young male FSU immigrant from, was found approximately 200 meters away from where the boy found Ziskin's body. In total four people were under arrest on suspicion of involvement in the murders which police believe are linked.

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