Mystery over Cape Town man's murder

2012-07-04 11:39
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Cape Town - The body of a man was found naked, with his hands and feet bound, more than a week after he was killed in his flat in Sea Point, Cape Town.

The Cape Times reported that police had not yet arrested anyone in connection with the death of Fernando Hurling, 34.

Hurling worked in the travel industry and according to police, a tik lolly was found at the scene.

Die Burger reported that he was originally from Bishop Lavis.

Hurling’s body had several small bruises, cuts and a burn mark and a whole T-shirt was stuffed into his mouth.

It would appear that only his cellphone was stolen.

On Facebook several friends had posted messages of shock about his death. 

Anyone with information about the case has been asked to call Crime Stop on 08600 10111.
 
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