Jerusalem Post, Feb. 26, 2013: Unknown assailants burglarized the home of the head of the Israel Atomic Energy Commission [...] and made off with a briefcase full of documents, a wallet, and a mobile device, police reported on Tuesday. The house belongs to Brigadier General Dr. Shaul Horev, head of the IAEC and a senior official in the Prime Minister’s Office. Horev is in charge of Israel’s nuclear energy policy, one of the most sensitive jobs in the security establishment.
Ynetnews: AEC chief falls victim to home invasion [...] News of the break-in was initially placed under a gag order. According to available information, the thieves absconded with a Horev’s briefcase, wallet, computer and a communication device. A statement by the Atomic Energy Commission said that no sensitive material was compromised. It denied a computer was among the items stolen. [...] Security sources said that on Tuesday, Horev’s wallet was found – with every one of his credentials inside – and that the communication device was recovered as well. It is believed that the break-in was a random criminal act.
Israel Hayom: Burglars may have stolen secret info from top nuclear official [...] “We still don’t know exactly what was stolen, and we’ve launched an investigation,” a police spokesperson said.
Published: February 26th, 2013 at 4:25 pm ET