Lotz family flooded with new info

2012-03-22 09:35
Cape Town - The family of murdered Stellenbosch student Inge Lotz has been flooded by people calling in with information about the highly-publicised murder seven years ago.

This comes after Professor Jan Lotz offered a R1m reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Inge’s killer, the Cape Times reported.

Numerous calls had apparently been received regarding various aspects of the case and all leads were being followed up, said attorney Johan Jordaan, who is dealing with the calls.

He said information was coming in from “all over”.

Inge’s boyfriend, Fred van der Vyver was charged with her murder, but acquitted in 2007.

During the trial, shocking revelations were made about police inefficiency and clumsiness while investigating the murder.
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