Men wanted for rape

2018-12-12 06:01
Rape suspect

Rape suspect

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The police in Kimberley need the community’s assistance with information regarding two male suspects aged 26 to 30 years who are wanted for allegedly raping a 14-year-old girl.

The incident happened on Saturday, 3 November.

The victim was allegedly walking from school to the North Cape Mall when she was accosted by two adult males.

Capt. Sergio Kock, police spokesperson, , said one suspect allegedly grabbed and held the victim while the other raped her before she managed to fight back and run away.

According to police description, the suspects are dark in complexion.

One was wearing a black T-shirt with a black jeans, while the other was wearing a black T-shirt and a blue jean.

Anyone with the information that could assist the police is urged to call Det. Const. Katlego Tsiane on 073-677-6338 or


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