As reported by Sowetan Live, group members are planning a march on Tuesday, 16 April to boost consciousness of her disappearance.
Based on Police spokesperson Sergeant Lerato Mngomezulu, Amahle Thabethe went lacking whereas enjoying with different kids from the neighbourhood.
How Amahle Thabethe went lacking:
A person asking for instructions reportedly approached the group of youngsters. Whereas a lot of the kids ignored the stranger, Thabethe “was prepared to point out him the place he stated he needed to go,” Mngomezulu defined.
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She was final seen strolling with him. Based on Thabethe’s mom, she was carrying a white t-shirt, long-sleeve t-shirt with black stripes and a pair of blue denims.
The denims are adorned with silver hearts. She was not carrying any footwear on the time. Based on her associates, the person was carrying black shorts and a white t-shirt.
One suspect in custody
Authorities questioned a suspect shortly after her disappearance. On the time, Sergeant Lerato Mngomezulu stated that man would stay in custody whereas investigations proceed.
Nonetheless, her relations informed Sowetan Live on the time that they had been involved as authorities didn’t open a kidnapping case, and as a substitute dealt with that investigation as a lacking individual’s case.
Her aunt, Duduzile Thabethe, stated: “How can they are saying that when she was taken by a stranger? Police have to do extra to verify she is discovered.”
In response, Sergeant Lerato Mngomezulu stated they had been investigating a case of a lacking individual “because the case didn’t match into the mould of kidnapping.”
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The notice march will begin at Lwamonde Avenue Ward 84 on 16 April at 10:00. These wishing to partake within the march might put on denims and pink clothes.
Neighborhood members will make their solution to Tsakane Police Station in Brakpan at hand over a memorandum. Police are interesting to residents with details about the whereabouts of the woman to come back ahead or contact them on 10111.
Moreover, anybody with data pertaining to the case can contact SAPS Sergeant Sebela on 011 363 5300, or the Pink Women on 072 214 7439, or 083 378 4882.