The police in Limpopo have launched a massive man hunt following the discovery of the body of 12 years old boy in Makgofe in Limpopo just a few kilometers outside Polokwane. The body was discovered by a passersby in the veld. Upon investigation it was discovered that the body was missing a few body parts.
The police have ordered a 72 hours activation plan, to hunt down those who committed this gruesome murder. Anyone with information is requested to contact the closest police station.
Limpopo is no stranger to this type of killings of young boys for their body parts. A few year ago the body of another boy Michael Komape was discovered on a mountain next to Mabokelele village just a few kilometers away from Makgofe.
It was suspected that the murders were ritualistic and body parts were sold to traditional healers to make medications for difficult ailments.
Parents are encouraged to always know the whereabouts of their children at all times, especially during school holidays. Boys have a tendency of playing away from home, sometimes they even go in to veld.
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