Suspect sought in Solik murder case

2017-03-22 06:04
Anyone with the information on the whereabouts of Xolani Brian Ndlovu to contact the investigating officer, Warrant Officer Mdunge of Nottingham SAPS on 082 368 8217 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.PHOTO: supplied

Anyone with the information on the whereabouts of Xolani Brian Ndlovu to contact the investigating officer, Warrant Officer Mdunge of Nottingham SAPS on 082 368 8217 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.PHOTO: supplied

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POLICE have made a plea to members of the public to keep their eyes open for the suspect in the murder case of the Solik family.

Nottingham police have now issued an identity and photo of one of the suspects in the gruesome murder case. Xolani Brian Ndlovu is wanted for two counts of murder, house robbery, kidnapping and theft of motor vehicle.

According to the police, His place of residence is unknown but he is usually seen at Umlazi C and F section, Mpophomeni, Mafakatini and France, Pietermaritzburg. He is 1.75 metres tall, fair in complexion and well built.

Anyone with the information on the whereabouts of Xolani Brian Ndlovu to contact the investigating officer, Warrant Officer Mdunge of Nottingham SAPS on 082 368 8217 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.

Christine Solik (57) and Roger Solik (66) were attacked and kidnapped from their home in Brend estate near Nottingham road last month.

They were later found near a river in Impendle after an intensified search. The Soliks were later laid to rest in Cape Town where they were about to move to before the attack.

One of the suspects, Thulani Moses Mthembu (43), who was arrested for the murders, appeared at the Howick Magistrates Court on 13 March. He was remanded into custody and was expected back in court today for bail application. - Supplied.

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