Police looking for two missing Kiryat Malachi girls, age 15

September 20, 2007 20:28


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Police have requested the public's help in finding two teenage girls from Kiryat Malachi who have been missing since Sunday afternoon, Israel Radio reported on Thursday. Zahava Ube and Sarah Uvnich, both 15 and native Hebrew and Amharic speakers, were last seen at the Malachi Estina junction. Ube is 1.6 meters tall, with a slim build, long, straight, black hair and brown eyes. She was last wearing a long, white-and-red-striped shirt and jeans. Uvnich, also 1.6 meters, has an average build and short, straight, black hair. She was wearing a green shirt and black pants. Anyone who has information on the missing teenagers should contact police.

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