Manhunt for 'hazardous' escapees!
NORTHWEST police in Wolmaransstad have sent off a manhunt for two prisoners anticipating preliminary, who got away from legitimate care on Saturday, 13 August.
Gomolemo Chacha (24) and Ditshebi Eric Molaetsi (28) got away along with six different prisoners anticipating preliminary in the wake of overwhelming a cop at Wolmaransstad Police Station's holding cells at around 4.20 pm.
Colonel Adele Myburgh said at the hour of departure, the prisoners were among others having to deal with penalties of equipped theft, murder, robbery and abusive behaviour at home.
"Six of the prisoners were rearrested between Saturday, 13 August and Sunday, 14 August. Individuals from the local area are encouraged not to move toward the escapees whenever seen, but rather to rather call the closest police headquarters as the escapees are viewed as hazardous," Myburgh said.
She encouraged the general population to contact Detective Branch Commander Captain Constance Motswang.
On the other hand, mysterious clues can likewise be signed on the MySAPS application or by calling CrimeStop.
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