Four held for heist from Milan synagogue

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Four Tel Aviv residents in their 20s were arrested by police on Sunday on suspicion of stealing Judaica from a Milan synagogue worth over a million dollars.

Detectives from the Yarkon Police station, who seized the stolen items during raids, said the suspects were trying to sell them here.

All the stolen objects – silver Torah crowns, rimmonim and other silver and gold objects worth more than $700,000 – were recovered.


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