Police ask public to help find missing elderly man

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 22, 2007 23:48
Police ask public to help find missing elderly man

missing man 298. (photo credit: Israel Police)

 
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Israel Police are asking the public for help in locating an elderly man who went missing earlier on Monday. Mordehai Kenafo, a 71-year-old Jerusalem resident, was been missing since he left his home at 2 p.m. Kenafo is 1.7 meters tall, has a medium build, gray hair and blue eyes. He was wearing a beige colored jacket with blue stripes on the sleeves, a white sweater with blue zigzags, black pants, blue slippers and a black yarmulke. Police ask that anyone with information of his whereabouts contact them.

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