“It’s been to Israel for my grandsons bar mitzvah, it’s been at the weddings of my son my daughters and brit of my grandkids,” Abraham said. Abraham said he left it inside the Venetian Expo for this next reading. He noted that at the convention, many other Jewish people who have traveled to Las Vegas take part in the readings. Abraham said surveillance video captured a person taking his Torah away in a suitcase. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said no arrests have been made but they are investigating the case, which they classify as grand larceny. As an inducement to return the precious object, Abraham is offering $10,000 to whoever took it.
💔🇮🇱 Such a DISGUSTING thing to do to this man, a family heirloom … F any lack of awareness on the thief’s part – CHARGE THEM WITH A HATE CRIME😡 Crime and criminals in Las Vegas is reaching new depths of depraved indifference.@GovSisolak well done ✅https://t.co/DHOOU6OyZp— RedVegasPatriot21 (@5CitiesV) July 3, 2022
“I just want it back,” Abraham said. “Take the $10,000. Please bring it back. I’m not going to press charges.” The Torah is a family heirloom, he said, noting that several of his grandchildren were photographed holding it. “They all identify with it. All my kids say how did this happen?” Abraham said. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
New York man offers $10,000 for return of precious Torah stolen at Las Vegas convention The Venetian Expo is home to the June jewelry convention JCK. Jack Abraham has traveled to Las Vegas for the event for several decades, … https://t.co/8PlpGeVStI pic.twitter.com/c5SYXhMgEz— the vegas report (@TheVegasReport) July 2, 2022