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February 17, 1995 - Image 145

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-17

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Jersusalem (JTA) — Six Israelis
were arrested in connection with
the theft of some 90 ancient man-
uscripts valued at $330 million
from the National Library in St.
Petersburg, Russia.
The men were apprehended by
police after Russian investigators
passed on evidence implicating
them in the theft.
Israel Television reported that
the manuscripts were stolen in
December. Russian police got
hold of the ancient documents be
fore the suspects were able to
smuggle them out of the country.
Based on the questioning of the
suspects in Russia and other ev-
idence, the Israeli suspects, all
ment in their 40s from the Tel
Aviv, Bat Yam and Haifa areas,
allegedly helped plan the break-
in. They then were supposed to
help sell the stolen manuscripts.

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