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CANCELLED: Police Looking for Possible Kidnapped JM Boy

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UPDATE: Police have cancelled the search. They’ve concluded there was no kidnapping.

Two women in the Ramot neighborhood of Jerusalem reported to police they saw an 8 year old boy get into a white car, either a Mazda or a Toyota, with 2 Arab men, and they suspect it was a kidnapping.

It happened in front of 17 Mirski Street at approximately 5pm. The witnesses said he got into the car willingly.

Since the kidnapping of Gil-ad Shaar, Naftali Frenkel and Eyal Yifrach, police are taking kidnapping alert calls very seriously, and they have begun a search.

Police have set up checkpoints in the Binyamin region and Gush Etzion, as well as in key locations in Jerusalem.

As of now, there are no reports of any missing children in the neighborhood.

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One Response to “CANCELLED: Police Looking for Possible Kidnapped JM Boy”

  1. Please still be careful. Arabs could be dressing their little kids to look Jewish to lure your little kids into their cars. Tell your children not to go with any kids they do not know. Even if they look Jewish.

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