Dramatic development: Police arrested three more suspects in connection with the murders and the absence in Jerusalem

Dramatic development: Police arrested three more suspects in connection with the murders and the absence in Jerusalem
Dramatic development: Police arrested three more suspects in connection with the murders and the absence in Jerusalem

Are investigators from the Jerusalem District Central Unit closer than ever to cracking down on the murders and absences that occurred more than three decades ago? The further dramatic development in the affair raises the assessment that this time police investigators are close to deciphering the affair, with the arrest early Tuesday morning of three more suspects, beyond the three arrested last Sunday for their involvement in the murder of Avraham Edri in the early 1990s and the disappearance of the boy Nissim Sheetrit in 1986. The number of detainees now stands, as stated, at six.

The three suspects arrested this morning are in their 60s, which indicates that at the time of the seven acts they were about 30 years old. The three, two of them residents of Jerusalem and one resident of Haifa, are also among the followers of Rabbi Berland.

Today, the three will be brought to the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court for a hearing on the extension of their detention, in accordance with the progress of the investigation. Details of the three suspects were placed under a restraining order at this stage of the investigation. There may be further arrests.

Nissim Sheetrit (Photo: Maariv Archive)

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As you may recall, two days ago, the police arrested three other suspects involved in the affair, two men and a woman in their 60s. The three were arrested following a request from the police committee to match DNA testing. After their arrest, the three were taken for questioning by the Central Unit in the Jerusalem District, and their detention was later extended.

The six suspects were arrested on suspicion of involvement in two cases, as stated. The first is the absence of yeshiva student Nissim Sheetrit, and the second is the murder of Avi Edri, whose body was found in the Ramot forest in Jerusalem. This, after he disappeared after visiting the yeshiva where he worked. For all the years, since 1986, the police have conducted the investigation under the guise of a restraining order.

Avi Edri (Photo: Flash 90)

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