Police seek ‘elderly’ missing men

2017-10-12 06:01
Bongani Selby Ngcobo (43) from Hibberdene.

Bongani Selby Ngcobo (43) from Hibberdene.

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THE SAPS is asking anyone, who may have seen three elderly South Coast men, to contact them.

Two were last seen last month, the other was last seen 15 years ago.

Bongani Selby Ngcobo (43) was reported missing at the Hibberdene SAPS after he left his home in the Nomakhanzana area in Mtwalume on September 7 at 6pm.

Ngcobo was wearing navy-blue pants and a blue overall jacket.

The police have asked anyone with the who might have information to contact the investigating officer, Constable Lilly Shinga of Hibberdene SAPS on 039 699 9824 or 060 692 9595.

In Port Shepstone police are investigating a missing person’s report after Robert Samuels (58), was reported missing after leaving home in Ferndale Road, Palmview.

Samuels allegedly suffers from Parkinson’s disease. He was last seen near KFC in Marburg on Friday September 15. Samuels has a prominent scar on his face and was wearing a three-quarter beige pants, a black-and-yellow striped T-shirt and blue slippers.

Warrant Officer Johan Maree can be can be contacted on 079 500 0728 with any information.

Many years have passed since the family of Joseph Thamsanqa Mhlongo of Nyandezulu began looking for him.

The family told the police that Mhlongo was last seen in December 1998 and the only photo they have of him is from his identity document.

However, Mhlongo would now be 40.

Anyone with information can call Warrant Officer Johan Maree on 079 500 0728 from the Port Shepstone SAPS.
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