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    Germany - Yam Levy, 23, Immenstadt, 10 Sept 2013

    Very perplexing case as articles are saying that two other women have been found dead in the area.

    After a week in Munich she headed to Immenstadt, a Bavarian town near the German Alps and Swiss border, and has been missing ever since.
    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7...429866,00.html
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    Yam Levy, from Lapid, in the Modi'in area, arrived in southern Germany on vacation some two weeks ago. She was last seen with three Germans in a town near the German Alps on Wednesday.

    Local police began searching for Levy on Thursday, after the hotel she was staying at informed them that she had not checked-out on Thursday.

    She last sent her family in Israel a phone message on Wednesday.
    http://www.jpost.com/National-News/2...Germany-326182
    http://www.jpost.com/HttpHandlers/Sh...39&h=236&w=370

    Levy, 23, from the village of Lapid near Modiin, departed Israel two weeks ago and was in regular contact with her family for the first week she was in Germany. Five days ago, after she went to a local pub, her family stopped hearing from her.
    http://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli...ng-in-germany/

    Speculations are rising that the Israeli gone missing in Germany has died as a week-long attempts to find her have failed to bare fruit.

    German paper Augsburger Allgemeine has reported that a special German investigation team has been formed to find Israeli Yam Levy, from the Modiin area, who embarked on a trip to southern Germany in early September but has been unaccounted for since last Tuesday.
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    n addition to reporting about Levy, the sad fate of another missing traveler became public Thursday. According to local police, a 25-year-old from Meiningen (Germany) was found in the same region in which Levy was last seen. Investigators deemed her death a suicide, but nonetheless her body was sent to undergo an autopsy.

    It is yet unclear whether the two cases are connected to one another or share a connection with an additional missing person case this time of a 21-year-old from Austria who also went missing in the area.

    Robert Graff, the local police spokesperson, told the paper that it is possible that Levy fell to her death after hiking along the mountain. "It is possible that she did not have to much experience mountain climbing," he said.

    Meanwhile a new testimony regarding Levy has been revealed after a man named Earl Weis reported seeing Levy. "I spoke with her while she was traveling in the area," the man said, adding that "afterwards, I met her again in a restaurant and she decided to go in the direction of Solberg."
    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7...431368,00.html

    Two other women have disappeared over the past month in the region of southern Germany where a 23-year-old Israeli woman, Yam Levy, of Lapid near Modi'in, went missing more than a week ago. The other two women are from Germany and Australia.

    A local police spokesman, Robert Graf, told Israel's Army Radio that the three all have black hair and are short in stature and of similar build. Nonetheless, Germany authorities do not believe that there is a connection among the three disappearances at this point.

    Efforts to locate Levy, who was traveling around Germany on her own, continue. Police are using search dogs and a private detective hired by Levy's family is assisting in the operation.
    http://www.haaretz.com/news/national/.premium-1.547806

    Levy sent a friend pictures of herself from Immenstadt, a Bavarian town near the German Alps and Swiss border, last Tuesday. I'm having fun everything is OK, was her last message which she sent through messaging application Whatsapp. Since that day, she has not returned to her hotel, and has not contacted her family or friends. There was a report that she was seen in the company of some German men.
    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Ne...y#.UjrwuuB9FZ8

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    This is perplexing, I wonder what the autopsy on the 2nd woman will show. Praying she is found

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    http://www.jpost.com/National-News/2...nd-dead-326558

    oh no! she was found dead... not many details :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by nursebeeme View Post
    http://www.jpost.com/National-News/2...nd-dead-326558

    oh no! she was found dead... not many details :-(
    Report. Read more...The circumstances of the young woman's death were still unclear on Thursday, however police believe that Levy may have lost her balance and fallen to her death while hiking alone on a mountain path near the Swiss border.
    Poor Levy
    I hope they come to some conclusion over this.
    RIP Levy
    Prayers to your family.

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    Haaretz Report. Read more... The body of Yam Levy, 23, who disappeared early last week, was found near a town 200 kilometers south of Munich, according to the report. She was reportedly found on a mountain at 1,150 meters at 1.30 P.M. local time, and police moved her body with a helicopter, the radio station said.
    Robert Graf, a police spokesman, confirmed to the German media that Levy's body was found, and that she had died after falling from great height.
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    The search focused on the mountains near the city of Immenstadt.
    Area Map Of Immenstadt



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