Flyer being distributed as part of the search
Flyer being distributed as part of the searchIDU

On Thursday, Yoram Fliter’s family celebrated his 32nd birthday and his absence.

Filter was last seen in the Beit Shemesh region volunteering for aid projects in the wake of the October 7th massacre. He disappeared several months ago.

The Israel Dog Unit, a nonprofit specializing in working dogs, is carrying on the search for Fliter despite the time that has elapsed. His vehicle has been located, along with his tfilin and other personal belongings.

Israel Dog Unit director Yekutiel Ben-Yaakov stated: “All possibilities are being examined. It is possible that something happened to him during a walk in the nearby Forest, but we can also not discount the possibility of terrorist activity. The vehicle was found between Beit Shemesh and Gush Etzion, it is wartime, and there are no shortage of illegal immigrants entering the area from nearby hostile towns.”

Both the family and the IDU are appealing to the public to come forward with any information that may lead to Yoram.