A lady took to Facebook to uncover her previous overseer for supposedly arranging a burglary.
Nompumelelo Maseko posted 3 pictures of Zandile Khubeka on her Facebook. She clarified all that happened I'm the subtitled. She composed:
"Howdy folks kindly assist us with discovering this woman. Her name is Zandile Ellen Kubheka, she is 36 years of age from Vryheid, in KZN. She acts herself like an in-house parental figure.
She was caring for my grandparents while plotting to take from us.
She recruited a few people from Alexander to go to our home and left the primary entryway and criminal bars open to make it resemble a break in and she vanished immediately and inexplicably so presently the police are searching for her. They took my vehicle and it was found in Alexander by tracker, it is harmed so I'm anticipating fixes before I can get it back.
This is a well disposed alarm to all that when you recruit somebody, we ought to do an exhaustive personal investigation.
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