Belongings of Missing Israeli Hiker Found

Search teams have located a coat and keys belonging to the Shai Noam, the Israeli hiker who has been missing for three days in the Dead Sea area, Arutz Sheva learned Monday night.

Search teams reported that the objects were found north of Nahal David, and had no signs of moisture – despite the raging storms that precipitated Noam's disappearance. 

Police have called on the public to aide in the efforts and noted that Noam was last seen in the Ein Gedi youth hostel on Friday at 5:30 a.m.

He has a full build, is 1.80 meters (around 5'11'') tall, has short brown hair and brown eyes.

Noam left his home on Thursday afternoon, and he was afterwards seen by public workers who were blocking roads due to sinkholes in the region from the inclement weather.

Around two hours after he was seen Noam tried to contact his family but was unable to reach them.

Anyone with information regarding the missing man is asked to to contact the Arad police station at 08-9551222 or the police 100 emergency hotline.

Source: http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/191736

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