Kuilsriver detectives have launched an intense investigation of a triple murder after bodies of two women and one man where found in the bushes near a river.
According to the SAPS news report, passers-by called the police at around 06:00 am this morning 16 September 2021 after spotting the dead bodies of three victims in the bushes near a canal in Sarepta, Kuilsrivier police came to the scene and discovered that the deceased's bodies had gunshot wounds.
Police have launched a 72 hour Activation Plan which aims to capture the suspect/s who committed the triple murder and also to determine what was the motive behind the killing, at this stage the police have not yet revealed the identities of the deceased victims.
The only evidence police have this far is the spent cartridges that were found at the scene, whoever has information that could lead to the arrest of the suspect/s should contact the police or provide the information at the nearest police station, information will be handled with confidence.
Women in the area where the bodies were found are completely shocked and in fear for their own safety knowing that the suspect/s are still out there, hopefully arrests will be made soon.
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