Ra'anana police who went to answer a call for help and pulled their car over next to a synagogue on a Saturday were kicked and pelted with rocks by angry synagogue-goers, reports Ha'ir Ra'anana. The officers reportedly did not notice that they were stopping next to a sign prohibiting parking on Saturdays and Jewish holidays, and did not even have time to get out of the car before worshipers came pouring out of the synagogue and began abusing them verbally and physically. "It was like a lynch squad. Nothing like this has ever been seen or heard of in Ra'anana," a shocked witness said. According to the report, the community police station received a call for help from the city's Rehov Shabazi, and the car that went to answer it stopped next to the synagogue in the street. Witnesses said the car was marked with official police symbols and could not have been mistaken for a private vehicle. The attacked officers arrested three suspects, who will come up on charges at the Kfar Saba Magistrates' Court. Nothing was reported as to what happened to the caller who brought the police to the street in the first place.