A search has been launched for a woman from Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth) who has been missing since Monday.
Katherine Fouché, 42, was last seen by her husband, Louis, at their home in Morningside on Monday morning. Louis says he greeted his wife the morning before he went to work. On his return around 16:30, however, Fouché was not around.
"Her cellphone was switched off between 11:00 and 12:00 on Monday and I have not been able to reach her on her cellphone since then," says Louis.
Apart from her cellphone, nothing is missing from Fouché at home.
"I do not know what to think happened. She can be anywhere by this time, "Louis said on Tuesday.
According to him, Fouché was on sick leave at home due to serious blood pressure problems, but he is unsure whether it could have played a role in her disappearance.
Colonel Police spokesperson Priscilla Naidu says a case has been reported to the Kabega Park police station and various clues are being followed up.
Anyone with information on where Fouché could possibly find her can call Louis on 072 052 3390, or Eddie Hall on 081 730 2926.
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