Foetus found in parking bay

2015-11-04 06:00
An officer points out the spot where the foetus was found. Photo: Raphael motloung

An officer points out the spot where the foetus was found. Photo: Raphael motloung

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THE police found a foetus in a supermarket parking bay in Matatiele on 26 October in the morning.
The foetus was seen by a security­ guard who was patrolling the parking bay at that time.
Apparently, the aborted infant was left there after the mother got rid of it at the spot. The foetus appeared to have between five and six months’ development. Anyone who has an information, should contact the Matatiele SAPS on 039 737 9900.
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