Two vehicles set fire to in village near Ramallah in suspected price tag attack

By NOAM AMIR/MAARIV HASHAVUA
March 5, 2015 07:30

 
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Two vehicles were set fire to early Thursday morning in a Palestinian village north of Ramallah in what authorites are investigating as a possible price tag attack.

Hate graffiti was also found spray-painted on the scene.

IDF forces were on the scene investigating the incident.

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