Prime Minister’s Office employee robbed

Prime Minister’s Office employee robbed

Burglars, who were unaware of the man's identity and his position, were scared off when they realized residents were home

Burglars entered the home of a Prime Minister’s Office employee on Sunday evening, stealing the man’s wallet, electronic devices, work-related documents and a laptop, among other items.

No arrests were made as of Monday afternoon, and according to initial police assessments, the burglars were unaware of the man’s identity and his position at the PMO.

Yedioth Ahronoth reported that it was not the first time the man’s home had been robbed.

The employee, a resident of Moshav Beit Yitzhak, near Netanya, discovered the break-in on Monday morning and immediately reported the incident to the police and to the director of security of the defense establishment.

Security cameras at his home filmed two perpetrators, and the film was sent to police and security agencies.

According to Maariv, the burglars entered the front door and, upon realizing there were people in the house, took the items closest to them at the time. An initial investigation revealed that none of the files on the computer, nor any of the documents in the briefcase, was classified.

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