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Horde kills individual for 'taking' R200

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CAPE TOWN - The group of a 41-year-old Nyanga man are battling to grapple with his passing over the supposed burglary of R200. 


It is accepted that Thobekile April was blamed for taking cash and killed in the early long stretches of Saturday. 


Police representative Joseph Swartbooi said Nyanga police are researching murder. 


"Nyanga police individuals went to a crime location in Mohobe Drive on (Saturday) at around 3.20am. Upon appearance they discovered the body of an obscure man who supported cut injuries to his head and lower body. The casualty was pronounced expired on the scene by the clinical work force. 


"The rationale in the assault is obscure. The obscure suspect/s ran away from the area and is yet to be captured," said Swartbooi 


April's more youthful sibling Thobile said he was in dismay at his sibling's homicide and the supposed thinking behind it. 


"My sibling was never an individual who raised a ruckus. For what reason would they kill him only for a terrible R200? 


"This appears to have been arranged even before they came to get him around evening time. I heard one of his companions calling him and I thought they planned to have a few beverages or something. Following 40 minutes, somebody thumped on the entryway letting me know that my sibling was being assaulted. 


"At the point when I got to the scene, he was at that point perished. I requested one from his companions what occurred and he let me know that he was killed in light of the fact that they think he took cash," said Thobile. 


"Losing your kindred spirit is certifiably not something simple particularly along these lines. A man settle matters through a delicate way not fierce killing," he said. 


Anybody with data can namelessly contact Crime Stop at 086 0010 111 or SMS Crime Line at 32211.

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