Missing man sought

2015-11-18 06:00


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THE Kamele family in Ritchie request assistance in locating family member Tol ‘Big’ Kamele (34), who went missing on 1 August 2015.

According to Tol’s sister, Alice, they last saw their brother, who is mentally unstable, two months ago in Modderri-

He was reported as missing at the Ritchie police station.

She revealed that this is the first time that her brother went missing, as he “experiences mental problems” and never goes far from home.

He is descibed as confused and disorientated.

“He has never dissappeared. He has worked at various security companies in and outside the province.”

He stopped working and returned home when he started experiencing problems with his health.

“There were times when he would act like a traffic officer and direct cars in Modderrivier roads, but most of the local people and drivers knew him for that. That was due to his state of mind. He would sometimes be hospitalised overnight for his condition.”

The family suspect that Tol was possibly given lift by an unknown person, who left him in the middle of nowhere after realising his poor state of mind.

According to Alice, her brother was last seen wearing black jeans, a brown shirt, a black security jacket and a pair of black boots. Anyone with information regarding Tol’s whereabouts can contact Alice Kamele on 078-811-2124 or Eliza Olifant on 076-265-4079.

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