15-Year-Old Who Detailed Her Abduction Found In PE

15-Year-Old Who Detailed Her Abduction Found In PE. The teenager, Siphelele Kila, who was snatched at Makhanda was safely found on Sunday in Port Elizabeth.

The teenager, Siphelele Kila, who was kidnapped at Makhanda was safely found on Sunday in Port Elizabeth. Captain Mali Govender, the provincial police spokesperson, says the missing case docket has now been closed. The police will, however, keep on looking into the kidnapping that had happened. The 15-year-old was accompanied to Grahamstown by the expert examiners of the Family Violence and Child Protection and Sexual Offence unit.

The 15-year-old teenager detailed her abduction story on an alleged Facebook post. According to News24, she posted about her abduction saying that she was taken by a silver-grey Toyota Avanza which didn’t have a number plate, at the time when she disappeared she was sent to a store in Joza by her grandma. The provincial spokesperson supposedly says that in the Facebook post the 15-year-old says that she was enroute to the store when the Avanza stopped near her. The post went on to say that two guys and a lady who had Zulu accents were in the car.

The people in the car asked for directions to extension 7. When she gave them directions they allegedly asked her to get into the car with them, which she did. “She got inside the vehicle. They then drove with her toward Ntsika High School and at the robot, she asked them where they are going. She was ordered to shut up,” says Captain Mali Govender. The vehicle allegedly halted at an unknown location, where Siphelele was coerced inside the boot. She allegedly saw another girl in the boot. It is not known when the 15-year-old posted about the event.

by Alexandra Ramaite

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