LEPHALALE — Brig John Masia, Lephalale Cluster Commander, appeals to all parents to always know where their children are and how to get hold of them.
He also appeals to all young women to keep their parents informed of where they are and when they can be expected home.
He warns young women not to fall for men with fancy cars who offer them lifts.
During the past month many reports of missing people in Limpopo were received by Mogol Post.
To name just a few – Regina Mothibi (47) was reported missing in the Dennilton area near Groblersdal; Malesela Samual Tefu (80) was reported missing in the Polokwane area and Nelson Advance Muleya (17) from Masisi Policing Area outside Thohoyandou was found 24 hours after he was reported missing on 15 May. He couldn’t talk due to the injuries he sustained during a kidnapping.
In Boschdesche Village in Ga-Seleka, Flora Moatshe went missing on 30 April 2017. At the time of going to press she had still not been found.
On Tuesday morning 23 May Limpopo SAPS again reported a search operation for a missing person, Kuvhanganani Peter Sithagu, who resides at a village outside Thohoyandou.
Warrant Officer Frans Mokoena from Lephalale SAPS urges all parents or anyone who suspects that someone is missing, to report it immediately at the nearest police station.
“There is no waiting period, report it immediately” he says.