On a chilled day a 22-years old young girl went to buy a bunny chow with her friend and never returned home she was then reported missing
Deliwe Mthembu said before she went missing, Lebogang had a fight with three girls apparently they were fighting because of aFacebook post whereby the girls were arguing concerning their babies neither of them wanted to agree that their baby was ugly Lebogang was gang assaulted After 3 ddays of their fight she went missing on the 11 of June 2022
Her mother added that the last time they saw Lebogang was around 6pm when her friend came to pick her up saying she's heading to the Kota shop she'll buy her one
on Sunday 3rd of July in the after noon and it was Identified as Lebogang Mthembu body.
A post was seen on Facebook by one of Lebogang's neighbors that there's a body of a young woman in the field at Evaton and informed the family.
A murder docket has been opened by the Gauteng police, anyone with information has should kindly call tha police said the Gauteng Spokesman Lieutenant-colonel Mavela Masondo
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