Police have captured two men regarding last year's homicide of Cape Union Mart IT chief Renée Jain in her home on a private nature bequest. The bust was made by Western Cape coordinated wrongdoing analysts in Tulbagh during the early long periods of Wednesday morning.
Jain's body was found in her home at De Vierde Liefde Nature Reserve in Wolseley on March 26 2021, at around 11.45pm after her neighbors experienced a house theft executed by her supposed executioners.
The suspects ran away from the second wrongdoing area in a Nissan X-Trail which they purportedly took during the house theft. This vehicle and other taken property were recuperated by police the following day at the Wolseley burial ground.
A posthumous uncovered that Jain was attacked and choked by her assailants.
"The careful examination by investigators and the social affair of legal proof revealed the characters of the suspects who are currently planned to deal with the indictments against them in the Wolseley judge's court tomorrow [Thursday]," said Traut.
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