Woman, 20, reports attempted kidnapping in Galilee

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January 3, 2011 04:20

 
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A 20-year-old Jewish woman reported to police overnight Sunday that a number of young Arab men attempted to kidnap her.

The young lady was found by Misgav police in a forest between Moshav Lotam and Wadi Salame in the Galilee.

She told police that while she was at a bus station on Route 65, a group of Arab men tried to force her into their car but she managed to escape and they fled the scene.

Police were investigating the incident and attempted to locate the suspects.

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