In Willows, Bloemfontein, on Friday, the corpse of a lady was found near the Stadium Swimming Pool, according to police.
Sad scenes as body of woman found stabbed near swimming pool
As stated by police spokesman Brigadier Motantsi Mokhele, the woman's family and friends were being sought.
A report of the corpse of a female between the ages of 20 and 30 was made to the police on Friday, September 3, 2021, at about 21:20. On arriving at the site, the police discovered a woman's dead corpse with two stab wounds lying on her back. A patrol car was sent to the area.
A black hoodie and shoes were the only things she was wearing. She was also wearing a black denim jacket with red and black stripes.
Within her bag were a Capitec Bankcard, as well as her home keys, which were held on an orange key ring.
Contact Captain Yaliwe Mokoena on 082 526 2653 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111 if you have any information that could assist in identifying the deceased and finding her family. You can also send information via the My SAPS App if you have any information that could help identify the deceased and find her family.
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