*POLICE SEEK INFORMATION ON SUSPECTS ALLEGEDLY SEEN FORCING A WOMAN INTO THE BOOT OF VEHICLE*
POLOKWANE - The Police In Hlogotlou outside Groblersdal seek information that can assist in tracing the suspects who were reportedly seen by the residents of Kgaphamadi village, forcing a woman into the boot of a white sedan on Monday 09 May 2022.
Police say the woman identified as Refiloe Malope (pictured below) was never seen again since this incident happened.
Limpopo Police spokesperson Motlafela Mojapelo has called on Modirelwa Maxwell Mokoana (pictured below), to avail himself at the nearest police station as it is believed that he can assist in the investigations.
He says anyone with information on the whereabouts of the Maxwell Mokoana may urgently contact the investigating officer Sergeant Amos Thekupi on 082 775 5462, the toll-free number 086001011, the nearest police station or may use the police App, MySAPSApp.
"Callers may opt to remain anonymous and any information received will be treated with strict confidentiality," added Mojapelo.
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