Date: 28 June 2022
In Oakford, a body of an unidentified man who had been stabbed and battered at least forty (40) times was found in overgrown vegetation on an unpaved road next to a river.
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After making the discovery, a bystander notified Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA).
Reaction Officers arrived and saw a blood trail running from the dirt road to the body. When medical professionals investigated the corpse, they found that he had suffered multiple stab wounds to his neck, chest, and back in addition to blunt force damage to his face. On the road where the murder is thought to have taken place, a pair of sandals were uncovered.
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Then, he was led into a bush. Along the blood path, a broken beer bottle was also found. It was not immediately possible to confirm whether it had been used in the murder.
The cause of the murder is still unknown.
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