Police request public's help finding missing 82-year-old woman in J'lem

February 3, 2009 16:06


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Members of the public have been asked to help find 82-year-old Aurette Simha Madar, who was last seen on Jerusalem's Jaffa Street on Monday January 26 at approximately 3 p.m. Aurrette was in the vicinity of the King David hotel and the YMCA on Jaffa street when she was last seen. She speaks French and Hebrew, and suffers from Alzheimer's disease. Anyone with information on Aurette's whereabouts should contact Jerusalem police, or the woman's family on 0544519929 and 0542521919.

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