Wife seeks her man

2015-08-18 06:00
Adnaan Kouter is missing. 


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It has been almost a month since a Lost City woman last saw her husband, and she is pleading with residents to help her track him down.

On Thursday 23 July, Adnaan Kouter was at home on his day off from work, when his wife left for the day. When she returned to their Francis Crescent home he was not there.

Moeneeba Kouter says she has reported her husband as missing at the police station.

“He was last seen at our house and he was wearing a grey cap with a black jacket, indigo jeans and navy blue and red takkies.

“I don’t know what to suspect because there is no evidence and no trace of my husband,” she says.

She adds that he is a very soft, loving person who is always willing to give a helping hand.

“He would always smile. I really don’t know why anybody would want to hurt him, he is a good man with a good heart,” she says.

Moeneeba says she has tried his phone every day since he went missing.

The 29-year-old had left their home with his car. Two weeks ago the car was found abandoned near Home Affairs in the city.

Moeneeba is asking anyone with information to come forward and help them in finding her husband.


If you have any information on his whereabouts call Nazeem on 072 233 4542 or Moeneeba on 074 108 3716

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