Five suspects were arrested toward the beginning of today, two of them for addressing corresponding to the killings of Glen and Vida Rafferty. The Normandien cultivating couple were slaughtered on their homestead, Hanover on August 29.
Exploring official, Captain Attie Engelbrecht stated: "Two of the individuals who specialists in the Rafferty murder case were searching for, were arrested early today for addressing, along with three other people who were found in their organization."
Skipper Engelbrecht said it was not yet clear the number of the five suspects would be charged.
As indicated by the Newcastle Advertiser, Glen and Vida Rafferty got back to their ranch at around 10.30pm on a Saturday night, where they were overwhelmed and killed by a gathering of aggressors at the passageway to the property. It is accepted the Rafferty's canine was additionally shot.
The assailants fled the ranch in the couple's vehicle which was deserted on the N11 among Newcastle and Ladysmith.
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