The head of the Central Elections Committee lodged a police complaint on Thursday after discovering that a polling station in the north of the country recorded more votes than registered voters.
A polling station in the Druze town of Yarka was disqualified after it filed 771 votes, despite having only 587 people registered to cast their ballot there.
In his complaint, committee chairman Supreme Court Justice Elyakim Rubinstein wrote that the figures suggest there may have been criminal activity.
A total of 3,818,441 votes were cast during the elections. Of those, 40,464 were disqualified. The remaining 3,777,977 votes were legal and counted by the election committee.