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Terroristic attack launched on residents, check what happened here

On the 25th of September 2021 media statement was issued out by the members of the South African Police Services. When the nation got to go through this media statement, many were left in a state of shock at the level of barbarism which is being displayed by criminals.

An investigation is being carried out by the members of the police department after yet another resident got murdered. The circumstances surrounding this senseless killing are yet to be determined as the police have not yet found conclusive answers to this case.

A 54-year-old man named Enoch Adoons from Kwanomzamo in Humansdorp is said to have succumbed to injuries which were inflicted on his head. A call was made to the police at about 20:55 hours last night as they were informed of the incident. Paramedics were also informed of the attack on the resident by an anonymous member of the community who found the body of the deceased lying lifeless on a golf course.

Upon the arrival of the first responders on the scene, the indeed so the victim lying in the pool of blood while his head had incurred multiple injuries. A case was opened by the police for the murder and no arrests have been made so far. Investigations have been intensified as the police seek to apprehend the perpetrators who were behind this attack.

Community members are now living in fear as they now know that among them is a group of terrorists who can attack them with aggravating circumstances. The victim had his face disfigured and the injuries to his head were something which is indescribable.

Police officers from Humansdorp are now appealing for community members who might have information regarding this incident to kindly contact them. A detective sergeant named TM Sana is leading the investigations and he can be contacted on 073-814-148. An alternative method of providing information to the police anonymously can be done through calling on the crime stop number which is 08600 10111. All the information which the police will receive will be treated with the highest level of confidentiality.

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