Police searching for 20-year-old missing soldier

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 1, 2012 22:39

 
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The Israel Police were searching on Saturday for a 20-year-old soldier who went missing over the weekend.

Rimon Tirosh was last seen on Friday morning in Kfar Saba and police suspected that he intentionally went missing.

Police requested help from the public in finding Tirosh. They described him as 1.9 meters tall, thin with green eyes. He was either wearing a red shirt and jeans or army uniform.  

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