Police seek information on suspects allegedly seen forcing a woman into the boot of vehicle, this was a blatant kidnapping incident and of course the Police went on to do the necessary investigations in order to bring the suspect who was involved into custody. So that they can take him to the full extent of the law, this is something that is quite normal in this country.
Kidnappings are happening and we find individuals who are involved in the kidnappings being in possession of millions of rands because they ask for a lot of ransom money, it seems like they have been very successful in their ways.
The Police In Hlogotlou outside Groblersdal seek information that can assist in tracing the suspects who were spotted by the residents of Kgaphamadi village, the suspects who're involved in this kind of horrible criminal activities want information that can lead to the arrest of the suspects.
Police say the woman identified as Refiloe Malope was never seen again since this incident happened, and it is very clear that the suspect had kidnapped her. And who knows what could have happened to her, and so the police want information that will lead to her recovery.
He says anyone with information on the whereabouts of the Maxwell Mokoana may urgently call the police, the suspect is wanted by the police so that he can answer for her crimes that has committed. It is definitely unreasonable that they are in such a situation and justice has to be served, that is why the police have so much interest in apprehending him and questioning him as to the disappearance of this person.
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