Helicopters search for missing soldier

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March 17, 2014 18:52

 
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Police and army assets have begun a manhunt for a missing 22 year old soldier from Carmiel. Helicopters have begun coming the area where the soldier went missing after no contact could be made with him.

The army has said that as of now, there it is unable to affirm the circumstances of the soldier's disappearance. 

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