Police ask for public assistance in locating missing Bnei Barak man, 77

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June 1, 2016 08:08

 
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Police on Wednesday asked for the public's help in locating a missing 77-year-old man from Bnei Barak.

According to police, Shimon Hazan was last seen in the city on Monday afternoon wearing a black kippa, a green button-down shirt, black pants and black canvas shoes.

The missing man was described as having black hair and a receding hairline, a 5-foot, 6-inch (172 centimeters) stature. In addition, Hazan was said to have been known to walk with a cane and a bottle of water in a plastic bag.



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