The South African Police Service in Maake, outside of Tzaneen, is seeking community assistance in locating Bongani Modjadji Maake, a 15-year-old girl from Callies Village who went missing on Sunday, June 6, 2021.
The victim's mother claims that she left her at home with her cousin in the afternoon and returned to find her daughter missing.
She went out running without telling anyone where she was going, according to her cousin. At around 21:00, the adolescent called her mother and informed her that she was in Pulaneng village, promising to return the next day, Monday, June 7, 2020.
Her phone is on voicemail and she hasn't returned home. Attempts to find the victim among friends and in the nearby area were unsuccessful. The type of clothing the victim was wearing at the time of her disappearance is not specified.
Anyone with information that can help reunite the missing youngster with her family should contact Sergeant Rakgoale, the investigating officer, on 0714814540 or Crime Stoppers on 0860010111, or your local police or MySAPSApp.
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