SA Police Looking For This Woman Who Got Kidnapped In Limpopo

The South African Police Service in Westenburg outside Polokwane are on the hunt for unknown suspect(s) involved in the disappearance of a 38-year-old woman, after she allegedly went missing on Sunday morning

It is alleged that on 29 September 2019 at about 08:00, Maria Kekana left her home in Westenburg driving a white Toyota Yaris to Polokwane town to run some errands but did not return home. Later in the evening at about 23h30, the victim’s husband received a phone call from an unknown number and when he answered he only heard his wife’s desperate plea for help in the background, alleging that she was kidnapped and was kept at an unknown location inside a locked shack. They were then cut off and when he called back, the phone went straight to voicemail.

Both the woman and the motor vehicle, a White Toyota Yaris with registration number CZX 412 L, are still missing and Police have opened a case of kidnapping and the search operation and manhunt for the suspect(s) involved is underway.

The Police are appealing to anyone with information that can lead to the recovery of the victim, and that could lead to the arrest of the suspect(s) involved, to urgently contact Detective Warrant Officer Lesiba Matsaung on 079 975 2529 or the Crime Stop Number 0860010111 or the nearest Police Station.

The Police investigations are still continuing.

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