A 4-year-old young lady has been shot dead in Cape Town.
On Wednesday at about 18:50, the young lady was shot and injured in a wendy house at the intersection of Bruce and Edward roads, Woodgate Court.
"She was conceded to medical clinic, where she [died]. During a similar occurrence, a 48-year-old male supported a gunfire wound and was conceded to emergency clinic as well," said Traut.
Three individuals ran away from the area and were being looked for by police.
"It is accepted that opponent posses took shots at one another and that the young lady was trapped in the crossfire," said Traut.
Police were examining the shooting, he added.
We demand the help of the general population to find these heartless executioners with the goal that they can be brought to book, said The Police
Any individual who can help the police with data or [who knows] the location of the suspects is mentioned to contact Crime Stop on 08600 10111.
There have been various shootings in Cape Town throughout the most recent couple of weeks. On Monday, three ladies were shot dead in Khayelitsha. Last week, three men were discovered dead with slug wounds at the Joe Slovo taxi rank in Milnerton.
On Saturday, 18 September, a shooting occurrence in Crossroads left three individuals dead. A man was taken to clinic having supported shot injuries, and a wanderer slug injured a lady.
On Tuesday, 21 September, educator Thulani Manqoyi was shot dead in the Heinz Park Primary School stopping region in Philippi.
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