Cape Town – Police have heightened their chase after the four children of a well off Limpopo money manager who were seized en route to school yesterday.
As indicated by police, no payoff requests have been made for Nazim and Shakira Moti's four children – Zidan, 6, Zayyad, 11, Alaan 13, and Zia, 15, who were captured headed to Curro Heuwelkruin, a non-public school in Dalmada. The kids' cellphones were subsequently recuperated, having been unloaded in the Flora Park suburb.
The Moti family legal advisor, Philip Smit, who gave authorization that photographs of the young men be distributed, says they are crushed and suspect the occurrence is emancipate persuaded, yet have not yet heard from the ruffians, Capricorn FM announced. It's accepted the seven hijackers might have escaped to Gauteng.
Limpopo police representative Motlafela Mojapelo said the previous evening: "We don't have data that maybe can assist us with making an assurance concerning the rationale of this specific occurrence. What we can be sure of is that the seven suspects were excessively brutal to the point that they began taking shots at irregular.''
Mojapelo has approached anybody with data pertinent to the seizing case to reach them on the 24-hour Crime Stop number on 086 001 0111.
Powerful Tactical Reaction Services CEO Shaahid Valjie has denied reports that the youngsters have been found, the Polokwane Review detailed.
"Data as of now doing the rounds via web-based media that the four youngsters have been found isn't accurate. Nazim and Shakira Moti's four children are as yet being looked for we actually appeal to general society to help with any data that might help this examination."
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