Coffee, towels, and toiletries
Photo: Police spokesperson's office

Family takes 60 towels from Eilat hotel

Police also find hundreds of coffee bags and toiletries in home of family recently returned from vacation

A family from Netanya has been found in possession of a store of goods stolen from an Eilat hotel. Among the stolen items are 60 towels, hundreds of coffee bags, soaps, and other toiletries.


The mother was arrested Sunday and questioned by police. She admitted to the allegations against her and was finally released under restricted conditions.  

Stolen goods found in home (Photo: Police spokesperson's office)


The police investigation has revealed that the family left the Sheraton Hotel in Eilat, where they were vacationing, on Saturday night and arrived home at around 4 am Sunday. They unpacked the goods upon arriving.


But unfortunately for the family, police were holding surprise searches in the homes of youths suspected of drug and theft violations. Among the suspects was the family's 17-year old son.


Police arrived at the home, presented the family with a warrant, and proceeded to search the premises. They found dozens of trash bags filled with goods from the hotel.


The mother then told police she had taken the things from the hotel. She insisted all through her interrogation that she had not stolen, but rather taken the goods. She added, "Everyone takes, so I took, too."


Police officers confiscated the items and notified the hotel of the case.


פרסום ראשון: 08.09.09, 15:17
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