3 IDF soldiers arrested for alleged 'price tag' involvement

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December 6, 2011 20:15

 
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Three IDF soldiers were arrested on Tuesday morning on suspicion that they were involved in "price tag" attacks which occurred in the West Bank recently, the IDF Spokesman's office said in a statement.

The statement added that the arrests were connected to the arrests of seven females suspected of carrying out nationalistic crimes by the Israel Police on Monday.

The soldiers were transferred to the custody of military police for interrogation.

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