Police find Beitar Illit woman reported missing after hours trapped on work balcony

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May 13, 2015 19:20

 
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A woman who was locked out of her Beit Shemesh office was found safe and sound Wednesday after being reported missing on Tuesday night, Israel Police reported Wednesday.

The 21-year-old from Beitar Illit was found in good condition, though suffering from exhaustion, after she accidentally locked herself out on a balcony at work.

The woman's parents first became worried when she did not return home from work as usual and was not answering her cell phone. Police were contacted and a team began investigating the incident.

Her manager at work last reported seeing her in the office when he left around 6 o'clock on Tuesday evening.

Police managed to locate the woman's cell phone and placed its location at her workplace. Around 4 o'clock in the morning, the owner of the office went with police to open the building and the group immediately heard loud banging, whereupon they discovered the woman locked out on the balcony.

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