Elderly Petah Tikva man missing

July 15, 2012 01:42


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Police have appealed to the public for help in finding missing Petah Tikva man Leonid Parznet, age 76.

Police are concerned for his welfare due to his age and condition.

He was last seen on Thursday morning at his home on Yossef Hanasi Street in the city.

He is one meter, 65 centimeters tall and has a broad build. He was last seen wearing an orange undershirt and black pants.

Anyone who has Parznet is asked to call police at (03) 939-3444 or 100.

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