A few days ago it was reported that a man was found living with a dead body parts inside his house. Relatives of the deceased became too suspicious noticing that their loved one went missing after she got her mother's pension. It is alleged that the man behind this is a boyfriend of her cousin.
They were living under the same roof in Soweto. Suspect allegedly took the life of Tshepang Pitse, he chopped her body parts and kept them inside the fride. After committing such a crime the accused tried to kill himself as well, when the police arrived at his place with a warranty of search.
Resident believe that the suspected wanted to kill himself so that nobody really knows, what actually happened as well as who the body parts belong to. After getting arrested the suspect told the truth and later the head of the deceased was found in Mpumalanga. By the look of things this guy was trying to hide evidence by digging everything in different locations.
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