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Stolen 3-Foot Menorah is Returned to Rabbi in Borough Park

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A silver menorah stolen from a rabbi’s Brooklyn home was returned.

The 3-foot menorah belonging to Rabbi Yehezkel Zion was stolen last week from the family’s Borough Park home.

The suspect, Denis Ildatov, is Jewish and wore a yarmulke, white shirt and black pants to make it easier for him to slip in and out of the homes of his Orthodox Jewish neighbors, WPIX-TV reported

In addition to the $10,000 menorah, Ildatov allegedly took other religious items.

Authorities say that Ildatov also may be responsible for several other break-ins in the area. He has been charged with three burglaries.

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