Remains of tourist found; likely killed by hyenas

After days of searches, the remains of a missing German tourist were found Friday evening near the Dead Sea in southern Israel.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 14, 2005 16:40

 
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After days of searches, the remains of a missing German tourist were found Friday evening near the Dead Sea in southern Israel. According to a Zaka report, initial findings point to a possible hyena attack. Search and rescue teams had resumed searches Friday morning for the missing tourist at the Mezin stream near the town of Ovnat. The Judea and Samaria Police spokesman reported that Ma'aleh Adumim Police, the Megilot Regional Council search and rescue team and forensics investigators participated in the renewed searches.

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