Hundreds of stolen relics found in northern home
By ETGAR LEFKOVITS (Jerusalem Post)
Hundreds of ancient artifacts believed to have been stolen from scores of archaeological sites across the country have been found in the home of an Israeli-Arab in northern Israel, Israel's Antiquities Authority announced Sunday.
The antiquities, including coins, jewelry, and makeup utensils, have been impounded by police, said Amir Ganor, head of the Authority's anti-theft division.
There have been a number of looting arrests lately, which seems like a good sign.