Police seeking missing teenage girl in Petah Tikva

August 1, 2011 19:53


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Police have asked members of the public to be on the looking for 14-year-old teenager Irina Bushemkin, who went missing from her home in Petah Tikva on Sunday.

Bushemkin is one meter sixty four centimeters (5 ft. 4) tall, with short brown curly hair and a thin build. She has brown eyes.

She was last seen wearing a black tank top with a printed logo on the front and dark blue jeans, and white Crocks on her feet.

Anyone who has information on her whereabouts is asked to telephone Petah Tikva police on 03 939 3444 or dial 100.

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