Police are looking for help from the overall population to assist with finding Simnikiwe Jimi (presented above) who is blamed for rapping a 34 year elderly person in Walmer.
As per the saps news report, it's supposed that in April 2019 Simnikiwe Jimi, his companions, and the casualty where drinking at a house in Walmer Links, after the party finished Simnikiwe sent his companions home and proposed to accompany the casualty home, while they were strolling he stumbled the casualty when she fell he continued to assault her.
The casualty opened an instance of assault and Simnikiwe was captured in May 2019 he was subsequently delivered in the wake of being allowed a bail of R500, he was relied upon to show up in court on 15 September 2020 yet disappeared, Police have been searching for him with no accomplishment there are a few group who said they have seen him in the Quigney region in East London.
Police ask anybody with data about his whereabouts to contact the police saps telephone number, he is a peril he should be captured before he could defraud more ladies.
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