Five Israeli Arabs and three Palestinians have been formally charged with the unlawful possession of a range of explosive and automatic weapons, after the cache was found in August. The police found a number of deadly weapons, including hand grenades, explosives, a number of different pistols and ammunition. It's as yet unclear for what criminal purpose the weapons were intended for. The weapons had been stored in fridge within a fruit and vegetable market shop in east Jerusalem, and the police stormed the premises after receiving a tip off. The eight bad apples, from Hebron and East Jerusalem, now face a legal hot potato given the extensive weapons haul, while the police, still trying to uncover a motive, hope that they spill the beans.