Missing 8-year-old found safe and sound near Sha'ar Hagai

Missing 8-year-old found

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 17, 2009 00:34

 
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An eight-year-old boy who went missing during a family outing in a forest on the outskirts of Jerusalem on Wednesday afternoon was found safe and sound late on Wednesday night in the Sha'ar Hagai area. More than 1,500 volunteers, firefighters and policemen took part in the 10-hour-long search for the boy, Ofra resident Nitzan Cohen.

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