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Police waited hours before launching search for missing teens
Ynet News ^ | 15 June 2014 | Yoav Zitun

Posted on 06/15/2014 5:26:21 AM PDT by BlackVeil

Police received a preliminary report about the disappearance of the three teens in the West Bank at around the time of the assumed kidnapping on Thursday night, it emerged Saturday. However, the police did not begin searching for the teens or inform the IDF and Shin Bet until the father of one of the boys went to the police in the early hours of Friday morning.

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TOPICS: Israel; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: israel; missing
It is worth reading the whole article to get details. In fact, I don't agree with the slant of the article, which is that the police knew of the event but did nothing. It appears that they got a call on their emergency number, but it cut off. They probably get calls like that all the time.

More notable, in my view, is the apparent timing of the disappearance - at 10.30pm - very late in the evening. According to the schoolmaster, quoted in this interview, one of the boys rang his parents, and announced they were leaving. They then departed the school to hitchhike home - at 10pm. There must be some reason for this, but I can't see it. All the other pupils stayed, and left the next day. Two of the boys were only 16 - leaving the school premises to go out very late, and hitchhiking.

1 posted on 06/15/2014 5:26:21 AM PDT by BlackVeil
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