Police play tape of kidnapped teen's distress-call to families

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June 18, 2014 20:49

 
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National Police Commissioner Yochanan Danino on Wednesday appointed a team of seven officers to examine how the police force handled a distress call placed by one of the kidnapped teens which was ignored for 5 hours on the night of abduction last Thursday night.

The announcement was made a couple hours after police played the tape of the call for the families of the missing teens.


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