Burglars break into Cabinet Secretary's home, steal laptop
Police: No classified info in stolen items, which also included two cellular phones.
Burglars broke into the house of Cabinet Secretary Oved Yehezkel in Ramle Monday night, stealing a laptop computer, two cellular telephones and a case containing documents.
According to the police, the stolen items did not include classified or significant information.
The Prime Minister's Bureau confirmed that the stolen computer was new and did not contain any important documents.
The police investigation concluded that the background to the incident was solely criminal, and that the burglars had not intended to specifically break into the house of the cabinet secretary, or to obtain classified materials.
The break-in occurred in the middle of the night at Yehezkel's house in the Ramle suburb of Neve David, while his family was asleep. Family members discovered the missing items in the morning, and reported the burglary to the police.