HEARTLESS CRIME! THE TODDLER’S MUTILATED BODY WAS FOUND LAST WEEK
Police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo said police found the toddler’s mutilated body in a black bag that had ‘Sport Ruixinga’ written on the side.
The toddler was wearing a blue tracksuit with white stripes and a pair of black baby’s shoes. The police also found a pink baby blanket, a towel and a blue and white sarong.
POLICE ARE SEEKING THE ASSISTANCE OF THE PUBLIC
Mojapelo said police were seeking the public’s help in identifying a toddler, believed to be aged between two and three, who was found murdered and mutilated last week.
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“On Thursday May 19 around 7.50 in the morning, the police received an alert from a passer-by regarding the abandoned bag along the N1 road in Westenburg.
“Preliminary police investigations revealed that the deceased was chopped with an unknown object before being put in the bag. The toddler had a bandage wrapped around his left leg and left arm and was already in a state of decomposition.”
Provincial police commissioner Lt-Gen Thembi Hadebe called on anyone with information to come forward, saying the police wanted to track down the heartless perpetrators of this horrendous crime and also find the child’s parents.
DO YOU HAVE INFORMATION TO ASSIST THE POLICE?
Anyone with information is requested to contact Warrant Officer Patrick Pila on 082-759-5001, the Crime Stop number 0860010111 or a police station.
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Earlier this week a newborn baby boy was found abandoned wrapped in a blanket next to the fence of the Caroline hospital in Mpumalanga. Police have launched a manhunt for the mother of the baby.
THE NEWBORN BABY BOY WAS FOUND IN THE EVENING
According to the police spokesperson Brigadier Selvy Mohlala, the baby was found on Friday, 20 May 2022, at around 19:30.
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