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New examination concerning high schooler missing for a very long time

Another neighbor, who asked not to be distinguished, said they reviewed the narrative of Plaatjies in the wake of being told it by her mom.

"The mother said she had gotten into a taxi and was gone forever."

The originator of Concerned Parents of Missing Children, Michelle Ohlsson, actually holds a case document on the Plaatjies case.

Ohlsson is the mother of nine-year-old Matthew Ohlsson, who evaporated in Mitchells Plain in 1997.

She helped the family at that point.

"We were not piece of the pursuit but rather (gave) backing to the mother after she disappeared."

Ohlsson said, in contrast to the police, they tracked their cases.

The case record peruses: "On 16 October, 1999 she and a few companions evidently went to Bonteheuwel. Later in the evening, her mom called family and family companions, as she was worried about her whereabouts, as she had not gotten back from Bonteheuwel. At the point when her mom couldn't follow her, she chose to report her vanishing at the Philippi police headquarters. The reaction from the police was that possibly she was living it up with her companions.

"On her return from the police, her mom chose to glance through her own things and found a note. In the note, Michelle clarified how glad she was with her mom, yet she needed to proceed to investigate the world all alone.

"She and her companions have not gotten back yet."

Police representative Captain Frederick van Wyk affirmed that the case was as yet being scrutinized and that all endeavors would be made to track down her.

"The quest for the missing individual is continuous. All leads are being continued to track down her.

"Any individual with data can contact the examination official, Detective Lieutenant-Colonel Gavin Sias, at 021 690 1521 or on his cellphone number at 082 469 7243."

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