Cape Town – Two years after Karen Turner was killed at a chalet at the Hluleka Nature Reserve on the Wild Coast, police have offered a R100 000 prize for data that could prompt a capture
The 33-year-old Karen, who was almost three months' pregnant at that point, was holidaying with her significant other Matthew and their two-year-old child at the Eastern Cape nature save, around 30km south of Port St Johns, in September 2019.
Locum instructor Karen, who had commended her birthday the other day, kicked the bucket from a few cut injuries at the location of the crime after two men had entered the KwaZulu-Natal family's chalet. Her significant other supported many stomach cut injuries and was hurried to clinic for medical procedure in Mthatha.
Matthew, who had companions remaining in a chalet nearby, told relatives after medical procedure that he had seen two interlopers go into their room, Algoa FM announced. The couple's child, who was with them in the chalet, was actually safe.
Police representative Colonel Priscilla Naidu said: ''The researching group has accumulated proof and accepted proclamations from all observers with respect to the situation that transpired on the evening.
''Notwithstanding, endeavors to follow the suspects have neglected to deliver any certain outcomes, henceforth the monetary compensation is presented to any person who can give data that will prompt the capture and effective indictment of the suspects.''
Karen's family has employed a private security organization to help with the examination, News24 detailed. Turner's sibling, Ian Crouch, said there has been ''little input'' from the police working on this issue.
Police are examining an instance of homicide and endeavored murder.
Anybody with data is approached to contact the examining official, Detective-Sergeant Ntsikelelo Sambudla, on 082 442 0615 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.unity.
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