Police seek community help in arresting these gang-rapists Police seek community help in arresting these gang-rapists
A BOIKETLONG WOMAN GANG-RAPED BY FOUR MEN Meanwhile in another incident a Boiketlong woman was also raped by four men. The victim was walking... Police seek community help in arresting these gang-rapists

A BOIKETLONG WOMAN GANG-RAPED BY FOUR MEN

Meanwhile in another incident a Boiketlong woman was also raped by four men. The victim was walking from work at about 05:30 in Waterdaal road near Boiketlong when she was attacked by four african males who closed her mouth from the back. The perpetrators then threw her to the ground and raped her. They then left her and ran away. Police appeal to anyone who can identify these suspects to contact Crime Stop on 086 001 011, or the nearest police station or the Investigating Officer Sergeant, Lehlake on 072 841 0628. (see their pictures above)

A TSHEPONG WOMAN GANG-RAPED BY FOUR MEN

A suspect illustrated above is wanted by police for gang rape. The victim alleges that she was walking with her husband in Tshepong phase 02 near De Deur when they were attacked by four african males. Her husband was then assaulted by these men and he escaped and ran away while the victim was then taken to an empty house and the four suspects took turns raping her. When the suspects finished they then ran away. Police are appealing to anyone who can identify the suspect to please contact Crime Stop on 086 00 10111, or notify the nearest police station or the Investigating Officer, sergeant Lehlake on 072 841 0628.

SICELO WOMAN RAPED WHILE ON HER WAY HOME

In yet another incident a Sicelo woman was also raped by a man pictured above. The victim was walking from the Meyerton train station towards Sicelo township when she was attacked by the suspect who took her to an open field and raped her. The suspect then ran away. The suspect is about 25-years of age, with an average body and he has afro hair. Anyone who can be able to identify the suspect is requested to call Crime Stop line on 086 001 0111, or the nearest police station or the Investigating Officer on these numbers 072 841 0628. – Loxion Reporter

Fanelo Maseko