Help identify man hit by train

2016-11-01 06:00

Manenberg police are seeking information on a John Doe who was killed in September when he crossed the railway tracks at an undesignated crossing near Nyanga Junction.

The man crossed in front of the train which was heading towards Cape Town.

Manenberg police spokesperson Captain Ian Bennett says their investigation has not yielded any results in identifying the man who was killed or the cause of the accident.

“We are appealing to anyone in the community who might have seen the accident happen to come forward. Anyone whose loved one has not returned home or is missing since Tuesday 27 September can come to Manenberg police station and bring a photo, so that an identification can be made,” says Bennett.

V Anyone with information can Contact Manenberg police on 021 699 9400 or CrimeStop on 0860 010 111.

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