This incident took place at Kanana in Gauteng where 7-year-old girl known as Samkelo Mokhelo went missing.Samkelo was left sleeping by her mother when she went to shop and came back to find her child already gone.
When the mother realized that her child is not in the room she left her before going to the shops.She went to her Ex boyfriend's place with hope of finding her child with him and there was no one.Eventually she asked around and she was told Samkelo was with her Ex boyfriend arounnd 12pm.
The mother went on to report the incident at Rabie Ridge SAPS.
A missing person case was opened and the police went to the boyfriend's place.On their arrival,the mother had insticts that her child could be inside and the police had to break the door.The police searched the place and sadly found Samkelo's lifeless body inside the wardrobe.The suspect was no where to be found and the police are looking for him and pleaded for assist.
Samkelo's mother was traumatized and do not know if the suspect had raped the child or what he used to kill the 7-year-old.
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