Police ask public for help on missing Rosh Haayin woman

January 29, 2011 13:52


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Police have asked members of the public for help in searching for a missing 26-year-old woman from Rosh Haayin who did not return home on Friday night after going out to a night club.

The woman, Miran Sharabi, is 1.55 meters tall, and was last seen wearing a black dress and black tights. She was last seen at the Joy club in Kfar Saba.

Anyone with information should contact Rosh Hayin police on 03 900 4444.

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