Help police reunite missing woman with her family

KANYAMAZANE- 36 year-old Bonisiwe Mabuza  is missing and police are requesting the help of the public to reunite her with her family.

According to reports, she was reported missing on Tuesday, June 25 after her family could not get hold of her.

It was later discovered she was not at her residential place and reported her missing at the local police station.

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Her vehicle, a white VW Polo was found abandoned in Pienaar in the bushes on the same evening she was reported missing.

“The car’s wheels were all removed as well as a side mirror and the backseat. The Police have since launched an investigation into her sudden disappearance. Preliminary investigation thus far revealed that a TV set as well as a fridge were missing from her residential house,” said Colonel Donald Mdluli.

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Police urge anyone with information on Mabuza’s whereabouts to contact Detective Constable Sipho Mashinini on 082 936 0295 or 082 556 5186.

Alternatively, members of the public can call the Crime Stop number at 08600 10111 or send information via MYSAPSAPP. All received information will be treated as confidential and callers may opt to remain anonymous.

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