Workers loot shuttered Hetzi Hinam supermarket in Hatzor Haglilit

By AP, JPOST.COM STAFF
March 5, 2009 17:42

 
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A supermarket that went out of business in Hatzor Haglilit was looted by disgruntled suppliers and workers who claimed the owner owed them money, police said on Thursday. Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said dozens of people broke into the Hetzi-Hinam supermarket in the town of Hatzor Haglilit in the Galilee on Wednesday and snatched goods from the shelves. According to Channel 10, the police is not regarding the looters at criminals since the owner, who was notified of the incident, did not press charges or file an official complaint.

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