A little princess left sleeping by her mother in Saselani, Bushbuckridge disappears in the middle of the night.
A very unusual incident has left the residents of Saselani in Bushbuckridge shocked.It is reported that a baby girl that was left sleeping by her mother got stolen.The Mabunda family are still shocked by the incident and plead help from local residents to find their little princess, Randzu Nkateko Mabunda.Apparently the Naomi, the mother of the baby went to the toilet outside around 22:00 as she had a running stomach.
To her shock when coming back from the toilet, baby Randzu was nowhere to be found and the window broken.
The criminals also took R3560 from her purse,took the baby flask and formula.According to Naomi, she suspects that someone might be reason for her running stomach so they can steal her baby.Residents are on the look for baby Randzu Nkateko Mabunda and the family have placed a reward of R5 000 for anyone with a valid information leading to the find the baby.
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Source: Bushbuckridge Media
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