Vandals pour gasoline on cars in suspected 'price tag'

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November 2, 2012 20:50

 
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Vandals spray-painted the words "Migron" and "Price tag" and poured gasoline on cars near the Palestinian village of Burka Friday night, Army Radio reported.

Security forces opened an investigation into the incident and were searching for suspects.

The apparent price tag attack comes a day after the IDF and Border Police demolished two homemade stone structures in an outpost on the outskirts of the Yitzhar settlement.

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