Law enforcement agencies in Mpumalanga reportedly arrested three men in connection with the killing of a job hunter. In accordance with the information released, the job hunter was allegedly called for a job appointment and then killed .The three were reportedly arrested for being in possession of a stolen car , hijacking and murder.The three were reportedly arrested on Friday .
The report from police alleged that the unidentified man was found deceased in the nearby bushes on the 19th of January 2022 .He reportedly had multiple stab wounds when his body was discovered at Vlaklaagate Number 2.On the 20th of January, the deceased man's wife went to make a report of a missing person at the police station in Kwaggafontein.Upon checking their records, police found out that it was the unidentified dead body whom the woman was looking for.The woman reportedly informed police regarding the various calls her husband was getting in regards to getting him a job.It was further alleged that the caller was well known to the woman's husband as they had worked together before.The woman alleged that an appointment had been made to meet at 6am on Wednesday. It was reportedly alleged by the woman that her husband went to meet the person who had promised him a job using his own car .Upon further investigations, the car of the deceased was recovered at one of the suspects' home.
It is a great piece of work by the law enforcement agencies .It is concerning that there are criminals who continue scamming innocent people with the aim of robbing them or causing harm to them.Members of the public are discouraged against trusting some job scammers .Criminals disguise themselves as employment agencies , while their aim will be to cause harm or to scam innocent people.Members of the public are advised against trusting every information that they get on Whatsapp.
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