Lotz murder can be solved - Byleveld

2012-04-25 11:00
Cape Town - Former detective Piet Byleveld believes the Inge Lotz murder case is complex, but solvable.

He told the Cape Argus on Tuesday: "Inge Lotz was both an outstanding scholar and a talented musician, she had a brilliant mind and the world at her feet when she was murdered. I think it’s fair to assume that this beautiful young woman was killed by someone she knew, a trusted friend.”

Byleveld was working with investigative journalist Michael Day, who was writing a biography on Lotz.

Day said he was impressed with Byleveld.

“He’s relentless once he smells blood - that’s what makes him so devastatingly effective.”

Lotz was murdered seven years ago in her Stellenbosch flat. Her boyfriend, Fred van der Vyver, was arrested for her murder but later acquitted.

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