Four residents were taken prisoners by the Israeli army after troops and army jeeps stormed the West Bank city of Nablus and the nearby Asker refugee camp Tuesday at dawn.

Soldiers stormed several resident’s homes and ransacked them before taking Mohamed Al Ashkar, 18, and Ahmad Manssour, 18, from Asker refugee camp and Majdi Al Shak’a, 32, and Azam Yassen from the city to unknown locations, eyewitnesses reported.

Army said the invasions are part of a campaign to imprison what the army call "Wanted People"