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Parents of Missing Aaron Soffer Plead for Help, Offer Reward

A 100,000 shekel reward will be given to anyone offering information that can lead to the missing yeshiva student.
By Gil Ronen
First Publish: 8/27/2014, 7:38 AM

The search for the Yeshiva student who disappeared in the Jerusalem Forest some time this past Friday afternoon, Aharon Soffer, continues. A 100,000 shekel reward has been offered by Soffer's parents to anyone offering information that can lead to the missing yeshiva student.

Search and Rescue units from the Etzion Samaria-Judea unit are working together with the Jerusalem police, and many volunteers to locate the missing 23-year-old who disappeared in the area of Beit Zayit. A police helicopter and a canine unit have been deployed as well.

Anyone who may have any pertinent information is asked to immediately contact the Jerusalem Police at 02-5391520, or the 100 emergency police hotline.