14 June 2017

South Africa: Missing Persons Sought By Mariannhill SAPS

press release

Mariannhill police would like to make an appeal to the members of the community with regards three missing persons. The first missing person is Nomusa Dlamini (17) of Uganda, Mariannhill. She was last seen on 26 May 2017 at her place of residence, the clothes that she was last seen wearing is unknown and reason for her disappearance is unknown.

The second missing person is Bruce Francis Van Wyk (59) from Mariannhill. He was last seen in 2012 wearing a scotch shirt, khaki trouser and white trouser. The reason for his disappearance is unknown.

The third missing person is Thembeka Ntombenhle Majiyeza (15) of Tshelimnyama, Mariannhill. She was last seen on 16 May 2017 at about 08:00, when she left home but did not return home. She was last seen wearing a powder blue jean, white stripes shirt and black sandals.

Anyone with the information of their whereabouts is urged to contact Warrant Officer Joseph Sithebe on 031 717 2090/91 or 073 190 1442, or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.

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