South Africa: Thabong Police Are Investigating the Murder of Unknown Man

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The lifeless body of an unknown African man was found near Lenakeng Technical School at Thabong on Sunday, 11 April 2021 at about 06:45, by a passer-by who reported the discovery to Thabong SAPS.

On arrival at the scene, police found the body of a man who had several stab wounds all over his body. The deceased was wearing a light blue tracksuit top, with red and green stipes on the sleeves, a black hat, black jeans and black slip on moccasin shoes.

The deceased had a tattoo on his right arm with the letters J Law, on his stomach he had one written THU LIFE, on his chest he had another tattoo in the form of a hand and it had the number 28 inside, another tattoo was drawn on his left shoulder with the number 28 and he also had one on his right leg that looked like a feather.

A case of murder was registered for further investigation. Police are looking for the family of the deceased fitting the description to come forward and also appeal to anyone with information about the murder to contact Detective Warrant Officer Gerrie Nel of Thabong Detective Services on 082 806 8432 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111 or using MySAPS App.

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