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2020-11-14T07:47:57.187Z

Police are conducting another search, Ariel Alhowar, who was last seen leaving his home in the city wearing black trousers, a long light blue shirt and black sneakers. His aunt Lillian Haim has also been missing since yesterday, but police say there is currently no connection between the cases



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Extensive searches for a 9-year-old boy from Ashkelon who has been missing since noon yesterday

Police are conducting another search, Ariel Alhowar, who was last seen leaving his home in the city wearing black trousers, a long light blue shirt and black sneakers.

His aunt Lillian Haim has also been missing since yesterday, but police say there is currently no connection between the cases

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Photo: Israel Police Spokeswoman, Edited by Yardena Abodi-Fox

Police are conducting extensive searches today (Saturday) for a nine-year-old boy from Ashkelon who has been missing since yesterday afternoon.

The last time the boy, Ariel Alhowar, was seen leaving his home in the city wearing black pants, a long light blue polo shirt and black sneakers.

He also has wigs and wears a skullcap.



The police set up an HFK on HaTahia Street in Ashkelon. All forces, including an animal unit from the Southern District and a helicopter from the police air line, are participating in the search.

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Police are conducting extensive searches.

Ariel Alhowar who has been missing since yesterday

Searches are also underway for Al-Huwar's aunt, Lillian Haim.

She is a resident of Ashkelon who left her house yesterday at noon and since then she has lost contact with her and lost track of her.

Haim is 44 years old, with a slim body, curly black hair and a height of 1.70 meters.

She was last seen wearing jeans, a black shirt, Blanston shoes and a colorful bag.



The police asked for the public's help in finding them, and called on anyone who knew anything about their whereabouts or any details that could help locate them - report it to Hotline 100 or the Ashkelon station at 08-6771440.

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