Four people who were arrested on suspicion of burglary other than a dwelling and criminal damage during a pro-Palestine protest near High Wycombe have all been released on police bail.

In the early hours of Thursday, June 27, a 56-year-old man and three women aged 24, 30 and 31 from the Palestine Action group stormed GRiD Defence Systems along Holtspur Lane in Wooburn Green.

The quartet broke into the property, smashed windows, threw equipment out of the premises, dangled several flags and banners, and splattered red and green paint across the building.

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Each person was apprehended by the police at the scene, with a cordon being put in place.

This was lifted on Saturday, June 29.

It has been alleged that the vandalism was carried out after the protesters were led to believe that GRiD had supplied military equipment to Israel, a claim the business denies.

Relations between Palestine and Israel have reached new levels of volatility following the October 7, 2023, Re'im music festival massacre.

The terror attack, which was committed by the recognised Palestinian terror group, Hamas, resulted in the death of more than 300 Israelis.

Since then, both Hamas and the Israel Defense Force (IDF) have launched numerous attacks on each other.

In a statement that was released on June 27, a spokesperson from GRiD said: “GRiD Defence Systems (GRiD) is saddened to have had its premises attacked.

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“It is fortunate, and we are thankful that no one was harmed.

“The matter is now being handled by the police.

“The protestors were ill-informed and mistaken about the type of work GRiD is involved with.

“GRiD is a small British company that makes portable computers that can be used in many different roles, typically in harsh environments.

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“GRiD provides its computers in support of the British Armed Forces.

“It does not supply equipment to Israel or for use in Israel.”