The 31-year-elderly person was taken forcibly, by two individuals, who were seen pushing her into the boot of a vehicle. The kidnapping occurred at Kgaphamadi town under the Hlogotlou policing region in Limpopo on May 9.
"Two suspects, a 40-year-old police sergeant positioned at Benoni police headquarters in Gauteng and his associate, matured 39, were captured during a joint knowledge driven activity that was directed by the Limpopo following group, common coordinated wrongdoing and Hlogotlou investigators," said Limpopo police representative Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo.
The Gauteng-based police sergeant was captured while he was working on Tuesday. His associate was captured at his safe-house toward the beginning of today in Apel.
"The group is right now circling back to the data that the suspects could have killed the lady and unloaded her body into a ceased ventilation mine in Benoni, Gauteng," Mojapelo said.
Police accept Refiloe Malope who was stole in Limpopo last month, was killed and her body unloaded into this stopped ventilation mining tunnel in Benoni, Gauteng. Picture: SAPS
"The hunt and salvage unit of the SAPS in Benoni and the Department of Mineral Resources have been mentioned to aid these endeavors. The activity will begin when the important hardware to get to the shaft are made accessible."
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