Brother of suspected murderer of Sapir Nahum released to house arrest

The brother of the man suspected of the murder of Sapir Nahum was released to house arrest on Thursday, Israeli media reported. 

Nahum, 24, from Acre, went missing on June 2 and was found 11 days later in the Bedouin village of Ibtin. 

Police had arrested the brother of Nahum’s ex-partner, who is suspected of involvement in her disappearance. The ex-partner, 34-year-old Wahl Halayla, has been in remand since soon after Nahum’s disappearance.

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