In the video: indictment: broke into a B&B, a winery and a grocery store, stole wine, prepared food and went to rest (Walla system!)
For a month and a half, Mohammed Naama, 27 years old from Deir al-Assad, broke into a guesthouse, a winery, a grocery store, a youth club and a school, stealing products - and did not give up preparing meals, using the bathroom and resting.
Thus, according to the indictment filed against him yesterday (Monday) at the Acre Magistrate's Court, in which eight cases of burglary, trespassing and theft are detailed.
Naama broke into the host house for workshops in Kibbutz Toval in the Upper Galilee three times.
During his visits to the place, he prepared food for himself, used the bathroom and rested in the bedroom.
He also visited the nearby settlement, Kishor - once he broke into a winery, stole a bottle of water worth one hundred shekels from it, and another hundred shekels from the register;
In another case, he broke into the kibbutz grocery store, stole NIS 400, and also took a bottle of wine from there.
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"Pierce fierceness and indifference".
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The accused also broke into several educational institutions in his home town and in neighboring towns.
From Deir Al Asad High School he stole a laptop and headphones;
At a kindergarten in Toval, he stole food from the refrigerator;
And at the youth club in the same kibbutz he prepared food for himself in the kitchen, and according to the indictment he sowed disorder.
Some of those burglaries were committed by the accused after he broke in, was caught and released under restrictive conditions.
The indictment was submitted yesterday to the Magistrate's Court in Acre by the police prosecutor, Attorney General Regina Kuznets. Sergeant Mahmoud Sabak from the police station in Majd al-Khorum said that "the accused found an easy way to break into educational institutions and businesses that do not have a high level of protection. This is In a sequence of eight cases in a short period of time, which indicates the boldness and indifference that the accused showed, even though he was arrested, warned and released under restrictive conditions."
According to the police investigator, "with his actions, he caused a lack of security in several settlements. People felt that they were vulnerable to break-ins and we took this very seriously."
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