Unknown vandals set fire to two vehicles in the village of Nein near Afula and spray-painted "price tag"
slogans in the vicinity earlier this week, Ynet has learned.
A relative of one of the car owners said that the graffiti was similar to slogans found in Umm al-Qutuf.
Another resident claimed that the police tried to cover up the event by preventing its publication. "We shall not be silent and will take the necessary steps to stop the 'price tag' acts. If they continue there will be tough consequences in the Arab sector," he said.
Cars set on fire (Photo: Bokra)
Graffiti read 'Eviatar' likely in reference to terror attack victim (Photo: Bokra)
Police said in response, "The incident in the village of Nein occurred several days ago. The Afula police station launched an investigation and was only informed of the graffiti today."
On Tuesday, it was reported that three vehicles were set on fire near a mosque in the village of Umm al-Qutuf in Wadi Ara
and "price tag" graffiti was sprayed on the wall of the mosque alongside a Star of David and the word "Eviatar."
The graffiti likely refers to Eviatar Borovsky,
who was stabbed to death in the Tapuach Junction last month.
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