Police ask for public's help in finding missing Ramle man

January 3, 2013 16:48


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Police in the Shfela sub-district have asked for help from the public in finding a local man who went missing two weeks ago, and has not been seen since.

The man, 50 year-old Ramle resident Shalom Chai Michaelov was last seen at his place of work at Tzrifin on December 20th, when he vanished without a trace.

He has one blue glass eye and one dark blue eye, and he was wearing black dress pants and a black jacket on the day he disappeared. Police have asked if anyone thinks they have seen Michaelov to please call officers as soon as possible.

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