Westville detectives are following all leads to ensure the perpetrators are brought to book.
The family is appealing to the public to respect the family’s privacy during this time.
Prominent jeweller, Imran Randeree is fighting for his life at St Augustine’s Hospital after being shot in a home invasion last night.
This is the second case reported in this area this year, but the management at Westville SAPS have strategies in place to ensure the rapist is arrested.
LCol Ramchunder, of Bellair SAPS, has also given directives that all other businesses which have not been registered and are required by law to be registered as second-hand goods dealers must be registered.
Bellair SAPS will begin a safety awareness programme in to regain the trust of the people and prevent further crimes of this nature.
“Partnerships with the neighbourhood watches are essential and rewarding as proven in this instance as the alert community’s actions resulted in the quick apprehending of the suspects,” said communications officer, W/O Marimuthu.
Toxic materials were allegedly dumped into the river by employees of the Assagay resident.
The victim believes her abductors planned to rape her, but she fought them endlessly.
Private investigator, Brad Nathanson and his team, who arrested the Assagay resident at his home in January, were ‘provisionally’ barred from the court case after advocate Martin Krog hurled a slew of accusations against Nathanson.
Local private investigator, Brad Nathanson, stands by his recent arrest in the Siam Lee murder case.