The four suspects—aged 13, 16 and 20—allegedly spray painted messages on shop doors and walls in the Muslim Quarter saying: "You have no place in Jerusalem," and "This attack is just the beginning of 2017."
Furthermore, graffiti lauding Hamas was also discovered, saying, "Hamas is resistance, not terror."
Messages also praised Fadi Al-Qunbar, referring to him as "the king of the Mercedes," a reference to the fact that the vehicle used in the attack was a Mercedes truck.
Additionally, messages praising Masbah Abu Sabih, the Ammunition Hill terrorist who murdered two people, including a police officer, were also discovered.
An investigation into the graffiti led police to the homes of the suspects, where spray paint matching the paint used in the vandalism was found. Three of the four suspects are expected to be brought to court over the charges, while the 13-year-old suspect was released to house arrest.