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Police Offering A R100 000 Reward To Anyone Who Has Any Information About The Death Of This Couple

A compensation of 100,000 rand was presented to anybody with data prompting the capture of individuals regarding the homicide of Karen Turner

Turner was killed in 2019 while holiday in the Hluleka reservation. 

Karen, her significant other and her child were purportedly assaulted by two obscure men. 

Turner was killed and her better half Matthew was cut on different occasions in the stomach in the Hluleka save on September 17. 

Turner was a substitute educator at Underberg Primary School and was around 90 days pregnant. She praised her birthday the day preceding she was killed. 

The couple with her young child were going to a wedding and had required the week off to live it up together. His companions lived in a chalet nearby. 

The Turners were assaulted by two outsiders in their chalet. The child was protected. 

"Because of her wounds, the lady later kicked the bucket while her better half was being hospitalized for treatment," said police representative Colonel Priscilla Naidu. 

News24 announced that Matthew needed to go through a medical procedure for his cut injuries. 

From that point forward, the common police have offered a money reward of R 100,000 for drives that could prompt the capture and effective arraignment of the culprits. 

The finger impression 

One of the main bits of proof in the preliminary against Fred van der Vyver was his finger impression, which was obviously found on the front of a DVD that Inge leased on the evening of his homicide. 

"The examination group accumulated proof and got explanations from every one of the observers on the occasions of the evening. Notwithstanding, endeavors to find the suspects have not yielded positive outcomes, so the monetary compensation will be presented to any individual who can give data prompting the capture and effective arraignment of the suspects, "Naidu added. 

Mentioned anybody with contact the examining official, Analyst Sergeant Ntsikelelo Sambudla, at 082442 0615 or Wrongdoing Stop 08600 10111.

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