3-year-old found wandering streets of Jerusalem

November 24, 2005 15:32


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A 3-year-old Israeli girl was found wandering the streets of Jerusalem Thursday, after being left at home alone by her parents, police said. The girl, who was not harmed, was spotted in the city's northern Ramot neighborhood by a resident who took her home and summoned police. The girl's parents later told police that they had left her at home alone while she was sleeping, and had gone out to run some errands. The girl's father was detained for questioning, with police considering to charge the parents with negligence.

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