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Vrgorac: Man Arrested For Opening Graves And Stealing Gold Teeth

A 38-year man is in custody after being arrested in the village of Kljenak near Vrgorac in the Dalmatian hinterland, after being caught opening graves at the local graveyard and stealing gold teeth from the deceased. The man is currently in custody and he will appear on charges before the state attorney’s office, writes portal 24sata.

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