South Africa: Police Requests Community's Assistance to Locate Two Missing Persons

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The South African Police Service in Limpopo are investigating two separate cases of missing persons that were reported in the Makhado and Thohoyandou Clusters.

It is alleged that a 74-year-old woman, Nesengani Tshinakaho of Muledane Block J, in the Thohoyandou policing area, went missing after she was last seen by her daughter in the early hours of Monday, 02 December 2019 at about 06:20.

Tshinakaho is short in height, slender and brown in complexion. No one knows the type of clothing she was wearing at the time of her disappearance.

Meanwhile, in the Waterval Policing area outside Makhado, the Police are seeking information to locate a grade 12 learner from Bungeni Mutsweteni Village, after he disappeared while visiting the local shopping complex.

It is alleged that the 19-year-old Ntsako Maswanganyi, a learner at Hluvuka High School went missing on the 09th December 2019 at about 18:40.He allegedly told his family that he was going to the nearby shopping complex and never returned home.

The Police search operations to locate these two missing persons at relatives and close friends were unsuccessful.

Anyone with information that can assist the Police to find the missing person in Thohoyandou should contact Constable Sivhaga Shudufhadzo at 072 424 6288 and in Watervaal, Sergeant Mthombeni at 015 556 8000. Alternatively, they may contact Crime Stop on 08600 10111 or the nearest Police Station.

The Police Investigations are still continuing.

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