Police are searching for a missing traveler in the Nahal Kana area

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 30, 2019 11:13
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According to a police spokesman, police forces and volunteers from the police's rescue unit are operating at night in the Nahal Kana area, located between Avnat and Metzoki Dargot following a report received at the police station about a traveling resident of Nablus who was missing in the stream area.

During the night and this morning, the unit's volunteers conduct searches on foot and on the road and use means, including a hovercraft and a helicopter that were launched in an attempt to locate it.

This morning they joined in assisting in the search for the missing volunteers of the Ein Gedi and Arad police rescue units.

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