Police asks for help in finding Mazi Shemer, 42

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 12, 2007 16:52
Police asks for help in finding Mazi Shemer, 42

mazi shemer 298 88. (photo credit: Courtesy: Israel Police)

 
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The police requests that the public lend its assistance in the efforts to find 42-year-old Mazi Shemer, who has been missing since Saturday night. Shemer on Saturday headed from her home on Tirzah St. in Ramat Gan to the Givatayim mall, where she was last seen. Shemer is 1.60m tall, with a petite build and long brown hair. She wore a black tank top, dark blue jeans and black flip-flops. People who know of her whereabouts are requested to contact the investigations department of the Dan precinct at 03-6104444 or 03-61045000.

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