One woman and one female teenager found dead in separate incidents in northern Israel

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December 20, 2016 19:58

 
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One women in her 20's and a 15-year-old were found dead in separate incidents in northern Israel on Tuesday.
A gag-order has been placed on all aspects of both investigations and it is unclear if the incidents are related.

In the first case, a woman in her 20's was found dead next to Highway 90 near the town of Migdal on the Sea of Galilee. The body was found lifeless with signs of trauma; police suspect homicide. MDA teams were first on the scene at 7:19 a.m. and found the women with no sign of life. "MDA teams arrived at the scene following a report of a young 20-year-old girl who was lifeless, we established her death at the location," the MDA said in a statement.

The second incident involves a teenage girl, found dead around 3 p.m. in the Druse town of Kisra-Samia. Both investigation are being handled by the Northern District Police.

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