The Jerusalem Magistrate's Court on Friday extended by four days the remand of two girls who are suspected of spraying graffiti in the village of Luban al-Sharkia. The remand of another young man, a soldier in the Golani Brigade who was suspected of involvement in the incident, was also extended by three days.
The Honenu legal aid organization told Arutz Sheva that police are claiming that the soldier drove the two girls in his car and on the way they stopped in the village of Luban al-Sharkia, where one of the girls punched holes in several sandbags and sprayed the word "revenge".
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