Anesha Nathoo, who is 57 years old, has been taken away, and her family is desperate for help to find her. "Anesha was taken from Pepe's Bakery in Lenasia South at around 6:15 a.m. today, June 28. "A silver Mercedes took her away. If you know where she is, call Vinay Nathoo at 082 338 6680 or Poovin Govender at 084 857 4004 and tell them."
Vinay Nathoo is a
THE REASON SHE WAS TAKEN IS NOT KNOWN YET. A police spokeswoman, Colonel Athlenda Mathe, couldn't confirm that she had been taken or give more information about it. "We don't talk about kidnappings that are still going on."
WATCH: Last year, Bheki Cele, who is in charge of the police, said that between July and September of 2021, there were 2000 reports of people being taken away. The police were told about 2,000 kidnappings between July and September of 2021, according to the crime statistics for the second quarter.
Let's look at these numbers in more depth:
Bheki Cele, who is in charge of the police, said that this is a new type of crime that the police are keeping a close eye on. This year, 507 people were taken hostage in July, 694 in August, and 799 in September.
HOW MANY OF THESE CASES HAD TO DO WITH RANSOM?
Cele said that officials looked at 620 cases as a sample. In that sample, 52 of the kidnappings were for ransom and 7 were related to trafficking. He also said that most of the kidnappings that were reported had to do with carjackings, followed by robberies and rapes.
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