Beersheba police investigate vandalism of memorial plaque for fallen IDF troops

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May 4, 2014 15:59

 
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Unidentified vandals defaced a memorial plague for fallen Israeli soldiers at a school in Beersheba, prompting a police investigation, Israel Radio reported on Sunday.

Beersheba police deemed the act of vandalism “grave” and pledged to devote “significant resources” to apprehending the perpetrators, according to Israel Radio.

The incident occurred at the AMIT school in the city, Israel Radio reported.

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