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Internal Security: January 12, 2012‎

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A detective and an intelligence coordinator in the Ayalon district Police (center of Israel) were indicted in the Petach Tikva court for a conspiracy to commit a crime, breaking and entering into a residence, theft, breach of trust, obstructing justice and illegal possession of weapons. The indictment states that the two police officers were appointed to secure a criminal collaborating with the police as an informant. During this period the two are claimed to have conspired to break into the apartment of the father-in-law of one of the officers and steal the content of a safe box. The officers, together with two other criminals, are charged with stealing €46,000, ₤586, jewelery and a gun.

(Hebrew)