Six-year-old goes missing in Pienaar

A six-year-year boy has gone missing in Pienaar since yesterday. Junior Mabandla was last seen leaving home at around 15:00pm when he went to buy sweets at a local tuck shop.

He was wearing a blue jersey and black trousers. Residents of Pienaar have joined the search and have been looking in nearby bushes since early in the morning. They are saying that they won’t give up until they find the boy. They, however, calling for more support from the police to intensify the search.

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According to police, they brought sniffer dogs to help find a lead. However, he remained unfound. The police urge anyone with information regarding the Junior’s whereabouts to contact the Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences (FCS) Unit Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Tinyiko Mnisi on 082 079 2237 or call the Crime Stop number at 08600 10111. Alternatively, members of the community can send information via MYSAPSAPP. All information received will be treated as confidential, and callers may opt to remain anonymous.

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