A few old individuals were killed in Lady Frere between December 2020 and July 2021. The police say a large portion of the casualties were cut.
The Organized Crime Unit in the Eastern Cape is interesting to general society for help and is offering a R100 000 award for data that could prompt the capture and arraignment of the suspect, or suspects, liable for the homicides of a few older individuals in the Izingqolweni Locality in Lady Frere.
South African Police Service (SAPS) representative Colonel Priscilla Naidu said a few old people were supposedly killed in Izingqolweni Locality, Lady Frere, between December 2020 and July 2021.
"A large portion of the casualties were ladies who lived alone. They were completely assaulted around evening time and because of the foundation of the space, there are no streetlamps consequently making it hard for one to recognize any individual prowling around," said the police representative.
The casualties were allegedly wounded to death and the rationale in the homicides is yet to be set up.
Naidu said concentrated examinations led in Izingqolweni Locality have not advanced the cases and endeavors to distinguish and follow the suspects have slowed down. In this way, the Provincial Organized Crime Investigation (OCI), trusts a monetary compensation will persuade any person that knows something about the homicides to venture forward and lead to the capture and effective indictment of those dependable.
Individuals from people in general with data that might help the examination and lead to the positive ID of the suspects are urged to contact the exploring official Detective Captain Lungile Sigcu on 082 302 6989 or Crime Stop on 08600-10111.
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