Two mag machine guns stolen from IDF cannon on Lebanon border – The Jerusalem Post – Israel News

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Two mag machine guns belonging to the IDF were stolen on Saturday evening along the Israel-Lebanon border.

The guns were stolen after being found, as it appears, unattended.

An army police investigation is under way as police scan the area.

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