Israel Police and the Investigating Military Police arrested three soldiers from the Central Command on Tuesday on suspicion they were involved in "price tag" actions against the IDF.
The three are suspected of taking part in a number of incidents where IDF property was vandalized. They were turned over for questioning. One of the suspects serves as a combatant in an infantry unit as part of a hesder yeshiva and the other two serve in the Home Front Command.
The three were apprehended following the arrest of seven girls on Sunday suspected of the same "price tag" acts. At least one of the suspects will face a remand hearing on Wednesday.
At least one of the suspects chose to remain silent during his interrogation, while the other two denied the allegations.
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