LIMPOPO - Two suspects were arrested by the South African Police Services on Saturday the18th of September 2021.
The suspect were alleged to be aged 18 and 27. The suspects were arrested for repeatedly assaulting and raping a 16-year-old grade 10 learner at Roodhuis village.
The suspects reportedly met the victim walking with friends on Friday the17th of September 2021 at around 20:30. The two suspects, whose names have been withheld at this moment, allegedly grabbed her and pulled her to the nearby bushes where they began to severely assault her and then took turns in raping her.
The victim, bloodied and bruised, managed to find her way back home and informed her grandmother who in turn called the police.
The suspects were traced and arrested. It is believed that Suspects were residents of the Roodhuis village. There have been a spate of rape cases growing exponentially in the village and the SAPS says it will act accordingly and mobilize their presence in the area.
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