The killings in Limpopo seemingly do not come to an end.Another heartbreaking incident leaves the community of Kopermyn under Ga-Maja fuming and looking for a man that fled after killing his girlfriend.Apparently the incident happened on Sunday yet the body of the deceased was discovered yesterday in the evening.The man believed to be in his 20's allegedly strangled his 22-year-old girlfriend to death infront of their 2 kids on Sunday.
After killing the mother of his kids, the man fled scene and now the fuming community is searching for him.
Sadly the 2 kids witnessed their own mother take her last breath right infront of them.It is a very traumatizing incident and the community of Kopermyn plead for assistance on finding the man.It still remains unknown what actually led the man to strangle the 22-year-old to death.
Limpopo residents are worried as woman and children are getting killed in a horrifc way and still no arrests made.
Source: Updates With LolahM
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