Young woman found stabbed at Boboyi

2011-08-29 00:00

THE body of a woman about 25 years old was found at Banfarm in Boboyi near Port Shepstone last week.

The victim had stab wounds to her neck, the right side of her face and in her stomach.

She was dressed in a blue skirt and black and white shirt with a cream jacket.

She was found by a passerby who alerted the police.

The victim is still unidentified.

Port Shepstone detectives are investigating a murder case.

Anyone with information about the woman’s identity or the case should call Detective Warrant Officer Jabulani Mdluli at 039 688 1090 or 083 656 5943. — WR.

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