Police in western Cape offering R100,000 reward for anyone who will give them information that could lead to the arrest of the suspects who murdered four people in Tulbagh. A 72-hour activation plan has been conducted after four people wear discovered deceased and the fifth victim was wounded on Saturday night. Police spokesperson has revealed that the investigators are open to speak to anyone who has information that will help them in this investigation as it will be quicker to arrest the criminals before they do more damage.
It is important for us as members of the public to help help with information regarding criminal activities, as it is also contributing to our safety therefore we not only helping the police but protecting ourselves and our loved ones from these criminals that are terrorizing the nation. Therefore do not hesitate to report crime due to fear as there is an anonymous way of doing it in the South African police services application.
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