A man haa been brutally killed by his community at Buffelshoek village just outside Acornhoek. The man from monamoneng section in Buffelshoek was hunted down on Saturday bh angry community of Buffelshoek.
The man is being accused by the community of terrorising them during the night. They say the deceased is targeting households were there are no men during the night then rape females and steal appliances.
The community say last week he broke into a house and rape a 10 years old girl after he saw that her mother was not around. The following day the community mobilized each other and started searching for the suspect.
The suspect heard that community is after him and he ran away and hid to his brother's house. Community went to his brother's house and brought him back to Buffelshoek sports ground near Zion Church and took law into their hands. He was beaten by rocks,stabbed, poured by petrol and a tyre was around his neck then the community set alight .
The police arrived, after that followed by the ambulance thatdeclared him dead.
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