Jewish owned Kaitcer's antiques shop, Dublin Road, Belfast, N Ireland, after Provisional IRA bomb exploded in the premises, 1st January 1972, The shop's owner, Leonard Kaitcer, was kidnapped over 2 years later. His body was found on the Glen Road, Andersonstown. Although there was no admisson of responsibility it was assumed that a republican organisation was involved because of where his body was found. 197201260034f.
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