Unidentified Man Executed: Ballito – KZN
The body of an unknown was found on an unpaved road between Ballito & Tongaat, KwaZulu-Natal this morning. It is believed that the suspects might have been murdered by perpetrators of crimes who somehow managed to get away from the incident, it is quite concerning for the people of this country that the individuals were basically roaming around and doing all sorts of crimes.
RUSA officers were on scene at about 06:58 and they discovered the man lying on the ground, it is believed that the suspects had left him with his hands tide to his back and two gunshot wounds to his body - the suspects executed the individual assassination style.
The motive for the execution style murder could not be confirmed and the area has been experiencing an alarming rate of murders, and that is concerning for the people because they fear for their safety - now they are at such a situation where the police are not going to intervene.
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