J’lem man arrested for ‘price tag’ graffiti

March 5, 2013 02:40

Judea and Samaria District police on Monday arrested a man suspected of carrying out a so-called “price tag” operation outside the West Bank settlement of Shiloh earlier in the day.

The 22-year-old man, a Jerusalem resident, was arrested shortly after police received a report that graffiti had been sprayed on Palestinian cars parked outside the settlement on Monday.

The graffiti reportedly read “price tag,” “revenge” and “death to Arabs.”

National police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the man is also suspected of slashing the Palestinian vehicles’ tires.

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