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Here Is The Latest Update Regarding The Limpopo Brothers

CAPE TOWN - It's been right around 48 hours since four siblings were grabbed in Polokwane and there's no sign with respect to where they are. 

The young men, matured somewhere in the range of 6 and 15, were being headed to school when two vehicles impeded their direction on the R37 on Wednesday morning. 

Seven suspects, wearing white overalls and outfitted with rifles, begun discharging shots and constrained the youngsters into one of the vehicles, however they abandoned the distressed driver. 

It's been two anguishing days for the companions and friends and family of Zia, Alaan, Zayyad and Zidan Moti. 

The family actually has no clue about where they could be and the thought process in the grabbing stays obscure. 

Family legal advisor, Philip Smit, said that it had been an incredibly troublesome time, particularly for the guardians who have argued for their children's protected return. 

"The family is in trouble and under outrageous awful pressure for their four children." 

The Curro Heuwelkruin Independent School has taken to web-based media to beg general society to help bring the young men home. 

An image posted on Thursday shows students and educators on a field bowing in supplication for their protected return.

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