Car possibly used in Jordan Valley attack found in Nablus — reports

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent.

A car apparently used by Palestinian terrorists who killed Israeli sisters Maia and Rina Dee in the Jordan Valley on Friday has been found by Palestinian Authority security forces in Nablus, according to reports circulating on social media.

Locals in Nablus claim the Volkswagen Passat, which has Israeli license plates, was found in the northern West Bank city two days after the deadly shooting attack.

The unverified reports say the car was taken by PA officials for inspection.

Images show that the plates match the car seen in surveillance camera footage shortly after the attack. The terrorists who carried out the attack are still at large.

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