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8:19 pm The boy who was thought to be Ultra-Orthodox, turned out to be a Palestinian boy. The alert has been called off.
8:01 pm The Palestinian car has been spotted and stopped by the security chief of Alon, in Ayin Mavoah.
7:30 pm An Ultra-Orthodox boy who was hiking in the Alon area of the Binyamin was spotted in a Palestinian car. The car, a silver Kia, has fake license plates made of cardboard.
The boy was seen waving for help by residents of Alon.
IDF and security forces are currently searching for the vehicle and the boy.
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