Assailants slash tires of 20 unused cars in apparent West Bank 'price tag' attack

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January 21, 2014 15:32

 
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Apparent "price tag" vandals on Tuesday slashed the tires of some 20 unused vehicles and sprayed graffiti in the West Bank town of Kabalan.

Graffiti of a Star of David along with the phrases "stop stealing our cars" and "thieves" was found on walls in the town and on vehicles being used for spare parts.

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