15 June 2017

South Africa: Limpopo Police Launched Manhunt for Farm Attack Suspects

press release

The Police in Haenertzburg outside Tzaneen have launched a manhunt for a group of suspects who attacked a farm in this area. It is alleged that last night at about 23:00 an unknown number of suspects broke and entered the victim's house at Cherio Farm and attacked the elderly couple who is around 60's.

Both elderlies were stricken with unknown objects and robbed of firearms before the suspects fled the scene. The two victims sustained serious injuries and they were taken to hospital and later, the 67-year-old man died.

The suspects are still unknown and there is no arrest and police investigations are continuing.

Anyone who can assist with information about the suspects involved in this matter, is requested to contact D/Warrant Officer Andrew Ngamuni on 0824143031 or 015 276 6140 or the nearest Police Station or to call Crime Stop on 0860010111 or Crime Line sms 32211.

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