Greytown: death of top cop Bobby Naicker

2013-06-26 00:00

A PROMINENT and well-known Greytown police officer died at St Anne’s Hospital yesterday.

Police spokesperson Lieutenant Joey Jeevan said Captain Bobby Naicker (52) died after complications following a medical procedure.

She said that Naicker, whose wife died last year, and was a captain in the Greytown Organised Crime investigative unit, left two sons, aged 21 and 28.

Captain Pete Scott, who worked with Naicker, said: “He was a brilliant cop and it is sad to lose a policeman like him, with that experience.” — Witness Reporter.

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