Body of missing defense official found

David Dahan disappeared on January 21; police suspect he committed suicide.

February 21, 2007 21:41
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French police announced on Wednesday that they had discovered the body of David Dahan, an Israeli security official working in Paris, who was reported missing on January 21 near the town of Rouen in western France. Divers located Dahan's body after weeks of searches in the Seinne River. Initial assessments indicated that Dahan may have committed suicide following a personal crisis. His family has been notified. ZAKA (Disaster Victims Identification) had recently sent over a 10-member team to help in the search for Dahan.

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