Four-year-old who went missing in Safed found in city's cemetery

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December 25, 2009 19:02

 
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The mentally impaired child who broke away from his parents and went missing in Safed's old city has been found, police said on Friday evening. The four-year-old boy was found after four hours of police-coordinated search efforts in the city's new cemetery, built on a mountain slope directly beneath the old city. He was suffering from mild hypothermia, and was taken to his house for further treatment.

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