Police ask for help in finding missing boy

By REBECCA ANNA STOIL
February 10, 2007 22:02
Police ask for help in finding missing boy

Eddy Shalom 298. (photo credit: Israel Police)

 
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The Ayalon Subdistrict Police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing 11-year-old boy. Eddy Shalom left his Bat Yam home at around 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, and has not been seen since. Police said that the boy may be in mortal danger. Eddy is 1.2m tall and slender, with brown eyes and short black hair. When last seen, he was wearing a long-sleeved white t-shirt, grey sweatpants and blue house shoes. Police requested that anybody who saw the boy or knows anything about his whereabouts call either the police hotline 100 or the Ayalon Subdistrict at 035555222 or 035027911.

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