Security forces seize pipe bombs, munitions stashed for terror purposes

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 11, 2017 08:38
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Security forces seized overnight on Wednesday two pipe bombs and an improvised Karlo rifle at the refugee camp of Tulkarm in the West Bank.

According to police, the operation was carried out by Border Police, IDF and Shin Bet forces, who believe the munitions belong to two suspects in their twenties who are residents of the refugee camp and who have been detained by the forces and are expected to undergo an interrogation.

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