23-year-old Israeli woman missing in Germany

Yam Levy last seen Wednesday with three Germans in town near the German Alps; family flies to Germany to join in search.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 15, 2013 18:47
23-year-old Yam Levy

Yam Levy 370. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Concern was growing Sunday over the well-being of a 23-year-old Israeli woman who went missing in Germany several days ago.

Yam Levy, from Lapid, in the Modi'in area, arrived in southern Germany on vacation some two weeks ago. She was last seen with three Germans in a town near the German Alps on Wednesday.

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Local police began searching for Levy on Thursday, after the hotel she was staying at informed them that she had not checked-out on Thursday.

She last sent her family in Israel a phone message on Wednesday.

Levy's parents flew to Germany over the weekend in order to join in the search for their daughter.

The Foreign Ministry's department for Israeli's abroad was in contact with the family and in contact with consular employees in Munich and Berlin. The Israeli police attache in Germany was also involved in the efforts to locate Levy.


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