The police announced this morning (Monday) that DNA taken from the scene of the incident matches that of the suspect in the fence rape.
Yesterday, the arrest of the rape suspect, a resident of the Bedouin diaspora, was extended by nine days at the Rishon Lezion Magistrate's Court.
The offenses attributed to the suspect are: pretext for threatening with a cold or hot weapon, pretext for causing bodily harm, sodomy with abuse, pretext without free consent and breaking into a residence to commit a crime.
According to the suspicion, the young man broke into the apartment on the second floor on the night between Thursday and Friday - and raped the woman in front of her children after tying her up.
Documentation of the arrest of the rape suspect in the fence / police spokeswoman
The suspect's defense attorney, Adv. Avi Cohen, requested a gag order on the young man's name, but the police representative objected. The court postponed the publication of the name until tomorrow.
According to the police representative, "Late at night, a burglar entered the house, Vance brutally attacked the victim in front of her children while they were crying. "He told her: 'If you keep screaming I will kill you.'
He threatened her life with a knife, tied her legs and hands and at a certain point her eyes.
From the moment the case arrived at the police station, we activated resources that included special units to get to the suspect as quickly as possible. Yesterday we managed to get our hands on him."
His attorney responded: "The suspect denies any connection to the incident. He has no criminal record."
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