Police need help

2016-03-09 06:00

REITZ. – The police in Reitz are looking for the alleged murderer who stabbed a 57-year-old man multiple times in the early hours on Sunday, 28 February in Reitz.

It is alleged that the victim, Mothobi Tshabalala, went to an outside toilet where he was heard screaming for help.

Neighbours found him in a pool of blood, his upper body riddled with stab wounds.

Lieutenant Zweli Mohobeleli of the Bethlehem Communication, Marketing and Liaison Service, Free State, said the police were requesting anyone with information that might lead to the arrest of a suspect to contact Detective WO Jenn Marais of the Reitz Detectives on 073-008-8833 or call Crime Stop on 08600-10111.

Anonymous tip-offs may also be sent to 32211.

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