2 more suspects freed in suspected Hebron price tag attack

June 21, 2011 14:54


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Two young women suspected of lighting a Palestinian vehicle on fire near Hebron two months ago as part of a price tag attack were released to house arrest on Tuesday, Army Radio reported.

Two other girls suspected of involvement in the crime were released to house arrest over the weekend. Three of the four suspects are minors. The fourth is Yaska Weiss, 20, of the Kiryat Arba settlement near Hebron.

Army Radio quoted the suspects' attorney as saying he doubted charges would be brought against his clients, as the police lack concrete evidence against them.

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