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The police asked the public for help in their search for a missing boy Ofri Sadeh. He is 11 years-old with special needs and has language difficulties. Sadeh went missing near Hayarkon Park.

His is slim and blue eyes. Sadeh was wearing a yellow shirt which says 180 degrees, blue shorts and gray shoes.

Anyone who knows anything about the child’s whereabouts please call 100.

Missing boy Ofri Sadeh (August 14, 2018).

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