According to the Flyingnewslive news report, yesterday 15 January 2022 at night police in Delmas recieved intelligence information from anonymous sources about suspicious activities that are taking place at a smallholding near Delmas, police responded to the information and went to conduct a raid at the suspected property.
Upon searching the smallholding, they made a shocking discovery of five Bangladeshi nationals who were kept against their will while ransom was demanded from their family members, the victims were rescued and police arrested four Pakistani national men for kidnapping, it's alleged that the victims were kidnapped after entering South Africa.
The suspects will soon make an appearance in court to face charges for kidnapping, the rescued victims will soon be returned to their families after being processed by Home Affairs.
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