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Arrest made in synagogue burglary in Queens
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Police made an arrest in a burglary that targeted a synagogue in Queens.
The burglar took silver torah crowns, breastplates, pointers and a silver cup from a congregation in Kew Gardens.
The suspect in the burglary, Efram Sanders, allegedly sold the items at a Queens pawn shop.
The owner later saw the news reports about the stolen torahs, and contacted police.
The owner knew who the suspect was, and led police to him.
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