The majority of children who go missing have either run away or have had a miscommunication with their parents about where they should be. He was caught red-handed stealing a toddler this morning in Ga-Mphahlele village, where the premier of Limpopo lives in the Dithabaneng Section. He was caught at around 3 a.m. carrying the toddler out of the house.
According to our source, the community, which is in charge of stopping the illegal conduct from taking place, arrived and refused to surrender the man to the Lebowakgomo South African Police Service (SAPS), forcing them to call back up from Polokwane. A primary school youngster went missing about this time last year from the same village, on the same street, only three homes away from the crime scene.
The mob refuses to turn the case over to the cops because they believe the cops will always protect such criminals and will not keep them in jail. However, it is hoped that the police will be able to obtain answers and track down some of the others who may have been connected with the arrested suspect.
A suspect apprehended by the mob looks like this:
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