Police in Sebayeng appeal to the community to assist with information that can help find a missing mentally disabled man.

Malakia Malekele Mokou (55) from Solomondale village was last seen on 8 August 2022. According to the reports, he was last seen in the Polokwane CBD.

Police have conducted search operations in and around Sebayeng including in the city with no success.

There is no description of the type of clothes he was wearing at the time of his disappearance.

Anyone with information that can help find the missing man should contact the investigating officer Sergeant Lesibe Mogale. He can be reached on 073 830 2680 or at 015 267 2919.

MISSING PERSON SOUGHT BY POLICE

The public also use the crime stop number 0860010111 or the nearest police station or MySAPSApp.

Meanwhile, Police in Mashashane are appealing to members of the community to assist in locating a missing girl from Ga-Matlapa village.

Police search for missing persons
Hunadi Mogongwa

According to the victim’s sister, on Thursday 22 September 2022 at about 09:00, she sent her younger sister Hunadi Mogongwa aged 14 to the shops and she took along her child.

The duo apparently never return home and later in the evening, the victim’s mother received a phone call informing her that the child is in Mokopane.

Police were notified and together with the mother proceeded to Mokopane. Upon arrival, they managed to safely recover the child but the victim was nowhere to be found.

  CHILD DISCOVERED BY RELATIVES   

The child was apparently found by one of the relatives.

Police continued with investigations and the victim was reportedly last seen with a friend known as Brandy Mashimbye who has since disappeared as well.

The missing teenager was reportedly last seen wearing blue jeans. A white jersey with black and white Adidas tekkies at the time of her disappearance.

Anyone with information that can assist is urged to contact the Station Commander of SAPS Mashashane, Captain Phuti Phoko on 0713550567.

Police crime stop can also be reached on 0860010111 or the nearest police station or MySAPSApp.

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