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Police Are Still Searching For Missing Man Who Vanished After Receiving R4 Million Compensation

There has been no indication of Quinton Bradley Plaatjies who vanished about two years back later he went into retirement.


He had served at the Department of Correctional Services for over 35 years. Later he evaporated, two individuals supposedly pulled out R100 000 in real money from his ledger.

The quest for Plaatjies, who vanished subsequent to getting millions in his retirement payout, has been broadened to the remainder of the country. His financial balance has since been frozen.


Police have stayed mum on the examination and expressed that they would have rather not risk the case, which was at a delicate and touchy stage.

The case has been given over to the Provincial Organized Crime Unit which is helping the Missing Persons Unit with the matter.


Police representative Colonel Priscilla Naidu declined to remark on the assets considered.


"Because of the affectability of the case, there could be no additional data which can be uncovered," she said.


Naidu said they were engaging for data on Plaatjies' whereabouts.

"As per police data, as of late resigned Quinton Bradley Plaatjies was remaining with companions in Nysschen Street in Ext 29 Bethelsdorp throughout the previous three months. His companions keep going saw him on October 30, 2020, when they disappeared for two days. On their profit from November 1, 2020, they observed that every one of his things were currently at the house; in any case, he and his vehicle were no more."

The family said the two individuals who pulled out cash from his record had been gotten on CCTV film, which presently can't seem to be delivered freely, with the conceivable possibility of helping the examination.


Plaatjies' relatives, who live in Somerset East in the Eastern Cape, reached the missing people association TracknTrace, which works from Cape Town, with the expectations of tracking down replies about their sibling


The family said Plaatjies got a payout of near R4 million and that he passed on his home to see family members in Bethelsdorp and was gone forever.


Plaatjies' new Ford Ecosport was observed deserted on November 7, 2020, outside Beer Shack eatery in Humewood, Gqeberha.


Plaatjies' two kin said they have had restless evenings stressing over him.


His sister, Melanie de Lange, said they accepted Plaatjies was partaking in his retirement when they had less contact with him, following his visit to Gqeberha.

Source :https://www.pressreader.com/south-africa/weekend-argus-saturday-edition/20211218/281509344498203

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