Threw a grenade and killed himself: deciphering the unusual case in Be’er Sheva

The Israel Police today (Wednesday) completed an investigation into the death of a man after he was killed by a grenade explosion in Be’er Sheva last month, and found that he was killed after trying to throw the grenade himself.

On the night of the grenade explosion, police forces were called to a residential neighborhood in Be’er Sheva after receiving a report of a loud explosion heard in the area. Many police forces arrived at the scene and located a lifeless man. However, the findings of the investigation revealed that the man was killed after he tried to throw the grenade, and throw it at a senior in the Prison Service. As the investigation progressed, it became clear that a 24-year-old man who had been arrested earlier this month was staying with him.

During the investigation, two more suspects were arrested on suspicion of aiding the detained young man, and with the end of the investigation now, an indictment was filed against the young man and his detention was extended until tomorrow.

Police forces on the night of the incident (Photo: Police Spokeswoman)
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