Police arrest 3 suspected of 'price tag' attack in W. Bank

December 3, 2012 09:55


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Undercover cops operating in the area of the West Bank village of Dahariya late Sunday night caught three men who torched a car belonging to a local Palestinian man and spray-painted 'price tag' on a wall in the village, National Police Spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said Monday morning.

Police released a photo on Monday morning that shows the gear they said the suspects were carrying, including gloves and balaclava, a fake M-16, a sack full of rocks, a leatherman, a crowbar, and a bottle carrying some sort of flammable liquid.

The three men are currently undergoing questioning by Judea and Samaria police and will be brought before the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court for a remand hearing later this morning.

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