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Nablus police destroys 498 illegal cars, dismantle explosive

Feb. 20, 2010 8:16 P.M. (Updated: Feb. 21, 2010 1:28 A.M.)
Nablus – Ma'an – Palestinian police impounded and destroyed 498 illegal cars in the town of Jama'een south of Nablus and dismantled a shell, a police report said on Saturday.

Three fugitives were arrested upon confiscating an old artillery shell, measuring 155 milimiters, the report said. Police, with the assistance of the anti-bomb squad, dismantled the shell with no reports of injury or damage.

According to the report, Nablus police and security services have destroyed 941 illegal cars since the beginning of 2010.

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