Hundreds searching for missing teenager in North

May 21, 2012 15:16


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Dozens of police and hundreds of volunteers are searching for a 14-year-old girl from a northern village who went missing on Sunday.

Police named the teenager as Ofek Yaron, from Shimshit, in the Jizreel Valley. According to police, she left her home on Sunday at 3 p.m. and has not been seen or heard from since.

She is one meter 65 inches (5 ft. 4), has curly brown hair, brown eyes, and full lips.

Police on horseback and officers on all-terrain vehicles, backed by a police helicopter have joined the search.

Members of the public who have seen Ofek are asked to contact police on 100, or to call the Jizreel Valley Regional Council on 04 652 0100. Alternatively, they can call the Shimshit village office on 04 655 2299.

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