Missing teens: Public asked to provide information

By REBECCA ANNA STOIL
October 18, 2006 22:33
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The public is asked to provide the police with any information that could help lead to the whereabouts of two teenage girls, Noa Yisraeli, 14 and Ilana Tatiana Kaufman, 16. The two girls were last seen a month ago. Witnesses spotted the two leaving Jerusalem, and their last known location was in the Tel Aviv-Jaffa area. Since then, their trail has grown cold. Yisraeli is described as 5'7" tall, heavy, with long, wavy black hair and black eyes. She was last seen wearing black pants and a white t-shirt. Kaufman is described by people familiar with her as "beautiful". She is 5'4" tall and has long blond hair and light eyes. Police said Wednesday night that they do not have any intelligence tips as to the girls' location, but that they have notified both the Shin Bet and the IDF in order to make sure that the girls had not disappeared in the West Bank. Police have also requested the public's help in locating Itai Levinson, 18, of Ma'aleh Adumim, who has been missing for two weeks. Levinson was last seen in Pardesia in the Sharon region, where he has been living. The missing youth is described as six feet tall, with curly black hair and gray eyes. On his right hand Levinson has a tattoo of a woman. Anyone with any information is asked to contact their local police.

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