Assailants slash tires of 20 cars in West Bank village

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November 28, 2012 12:25

 
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Unknown assailants slashed the tires of some 20 cars in the Palestinian village of Sinjil in the northern West Bank on Wednesday morning, Judea and Samaria Police reported.

Ch.-Insp. Dudi Asraf, spokesman for the Judea and Samaria police said that there was no graffiti written on any of the cars, unlike in previous suspected “price tag” incidents in the West Bank.

Asraf added that the incident is seen by police as a criminal act with nationalist motives, and that an investigation has been opened to find the assailants responsible. 

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