The South African Police Service in Mokopane is appealing to the community for assistance in locating a 41-year-old male, Andries Byalwane, who resides in Naboomspruit. According to the information received, Andries was last seen on Saturday, 02 September 2023, at about 14:00, leaving his place of employment in one of the plots in Mokopane to visit his girlfriend in Extension 14, but he never returned. He was last seen wearing a white shirt with short sleeves, blue chino trousers, and grey all-star takkies.
A search operation was conducted among friends, families, and relatives without success. Police investigations are still ongoing. Anyone with information that can assist the police in reuniting Andries with his family may contact the investigating officer, Sergeant Majatladi, on 072 752 5822 or crime stop number 0860010111, contact the nearest police station, or share information on MySAPSApp.
The police have yet to release any information regarding the motive for Andries’ disappearance or any suspects. The incident is currently under investigation, and anyone with information is urged to come forward.
The incident is a reminder of the importance of community policing and the role that the public can play in preventing crime. It is also a reminder to the authorities to take action to address the issue of missing persons and gun violence in the country.
In conclusion, the disappearance of Andries Byalwane highlights the ongoing issue of missing persons in South Africa. The police are investigating the incident, and anyone with information is urged to come forward. It is a reminder of the importance of community policing and the need for the authorities to take action to address the issue of missing persons and gun violence in the country.
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#sapsLIM Mokopane #SAPS are appealing to the community’s assistance in locating #missing Andries Byalwane (41), residing at Naboomspruit. He was last seen wearing a white shirt with short sleeves, blue chino trouser, and grey all-star takkies. Anyone with information contact the… pic.twitter.com/1kf1p3xsfz
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