Police arrest 5 for stealing sound equipment of murdered man at Supernova party

Police have arrested five individuals suspected of stealing the sound equipment from a man murdered at the Supernova music festival in southern Israel on October 7.

The equipment, worth some NIS 2 million ($530,000) was returned to Matan Lior’s father. The suspects were arrested in Qalansawe, Isfiya and Daliyat al-Karmel.

They are believed to have arrived at the scene of the massacre near Re’im after the violence died down and taken advantage of the chaos to make away with the expensive equipment that sound man Lior, 35, had brought to the party.

Lior was massacred along with hundreds of other revelers as Hamas terrorists stormed the area and mowed down attendants.

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