Border Police arrest youth throwing molotov cocktails in Jerusalem

The operation took place after police noticed a high amount of incidents in recent months where residents of Shuafat threw Molotov cocktails at roadways, endangering drivers.

By TZVI JOFFRE
April 17, 2019 17:48

Suspects arrested throwing molotov cocktails April 2019 (Credit: Police Spokesperson)

Suspects arrested throwing molotov cocktails April 2019 (Credit: Police Spokesperson)

 
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Israeli Border Police arrested two suspects after they threw Molotov cocktails at a guard station in the Shuafat neighborhood of Jerusalem on Sunday.

As part of a wide operation against the throwing of Molotov cocktails in the Jerusalem area, Border Police followed suspects who were heading towards a guard station to hit it with Molotov cocktails. When the suspects began throwing the Molotov cocktails, the signal was given and forces in the area jumped into action and arrested two of the suspects.

The two suspects were brought in for further investigation.


The operation took place after police noticed a high amount of incidents in recent months where residents of Shuafat threw Molotov cocktails at roadways, endangering drivers.

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