Help cops solve Aldred’s case

2019-06-04 06:01
Aldred Coenraad Beukes.

Aldred Coenraad Beukes.

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Provincial Detectives seek the assistance of the public, with information regarding the cause of death of Aldred Coenraad Beukes.

It is alleged that Beukes is originally from Keimoes in the Northern Cape and was employed as a security official in Cape Town.

According to a statement from the police, he was employed at GrandWest Casino from July 2005 and in August 2010 he resigned. He said he was going to his girlfriend and will be working in the Knysna and George areas as an events manager and will be staying with friends. He was, thereafter, again seen in Cape Town employed as a security official.

It is alleged that during 2014 he was homeless.

In January 2015 his body was found at Sandy Bay near Hout Bay, after it washed up on shore. Provincial police spokesperson Captain Frederick van Wyk says an inquest docket has been opened to confirm the cause of his death and they need information.

“Based on information obtained after the previous publications in 2018, it was confirmed a ‘Bianca Bailey’ was a close friend of the deceased. Although no specific address for her could be confirmed, she was last seen in the vicinities of Parow, Goodwood and Bellville,” he says.

Further information on his acquaintances has it that while he was residing in Taylor Street, Parow Valley before 2010, he was staying with a woman named “Carmelita”.

Whilst employed at GrandWest, he had a close friend named “Donnie”.

Anyone with additional information about this incident or the whereabouts of “Bianca Bailey”, “Carmelita” or “Donnie” is requested to contact the investigating officer Captain Bock of Hout Bay Detective Services on 082 469 2576 or 021 791 8670, alternatively Crime Stop on 08600 10111.

The people mentioned are requested to call the numbers or report at the nearest police station for contact with the mentioned police officers because their assistance is needed in this investigation.

Provincial Detectives seek the assistance of the public, with information regarding the cause of death of Aldred Coenraad Beukes.

It is alleged that Beukes is originally from Keimoes in the Northern Cape and was employed as a security official in Cape Town.

According to a statement from the police, he was employed at GrandWest Casino from July 2005 and in August 2010 he resigned. He said he was going to his girlfriend and will be working in the Knysna and George areas as an events manager and will be staying with friends.

He was, thereafter, again seen in Cape Town employed as a security official.

It is alleged that during 2014 he was homeless.

In January 2015 his body was found at Sandy Bay near Hout Bay, after it washed up on shore. Provincial police spokesperson Captain Frederick van Wyk says an inquest docket has been opened to confirm the cause of his death and they need information.

“Based on information obtained after the previous publications in 2018, it was confirmed a ‘Bianca Bailey’ was a close friend of the deceased. Although no specific address for her could be confirmed, she was last seen in the vicinities of Parow, Goodwood and Bellville,” he says.

Further information on his acquaintances has it that while he was residing in Taylor Street, Parow Valley before 2010, he was staying with a woman named “Carmelita”.

Whilst employed at GrandWest, he had a close friend named “Donnie”.

Anyone with additional information about this incident or the whereabouts of “Bianca Bailey”, “Carmelita” or “Donnie” is requested to contact the investigating officer Captain Bock of Hout Bay Detective Services on 082 469 2576 or 021 791 8670, alternatively Crime Stop on 08600 10111.

The people mentioned are requested to call the numbers or report at the nearest police station for contact with the mentioned police officers because their assistance is needed in this investigation.

Provincial Detectives seek the assistance of the public, with information regarding the cause of death of Aldred Coenraad Beukes.

It is alleged that Beukes is originally from Keimoes in the Northern Cape and was employed as a security official in Cape Town.

According to a statement from the police, he was employed at GrandWest Casino from July 2005 and in August 2010 he resigned.

He said he was going to his girlfriend and will be working in the Knysna and George areas as an events manager and will be staying with friends. He was, thereafter, again seen in Cape Town employed as a security official.

It is alleged that during 2014 he was homeless.

In January 2015 his body was found at Sandy Bay near Hout Bay, after it washed up on shore. Provincial police spokesperson Captain Frederick van Wyk says an inquest docket has been opened to confirm the cause of his death and they need information.

“Based on information obtained after the previous publications in 2018, it was confirmed a ‘Bianca Bailey’ was a close friend of the deceased. Although no specific address for her could be confirmed, she was last seen in the vicinities of Parow, Goodwood and Bellville,” he says.

Further information on his acquaintances has it that while he was residing in Taylor Street, Parow Valley before 2010, he was staying with a woman named “Carmelita”.

Whilst employed at GrandWest, he had a close friend named “Donnie”.

Anyone with additional information about this incident or the whereabouts of “Bianca Bailey”, “Carmelita” or “Donnie” is requested to contact the investigating officer Captain Bock of Hout Bay Detective Services on 082 469 2576 or 021 791 8670, alternatively Crime Stop on 08600 10111.

The people mentioned are requested to call the numbers or report at the nearest police station for contact with the mentioned police officers because their assistance is needed in this investigation.

Provincial Detectives seek the assistance of the public, with information regarding the cause of death of Aldred Coenraad Beukes.

It is alleged that Beukes is originally from Keimoes in the Northern Cape and was employed as a security official in Cape Town.

According to a statement from the police, he was employed at GrandWest Casino from July 2005 and in August 2010 he resigned. He said he was going to his girlfriend and will be working in the Knysna and George areas as an events manager and will be staying with friends. He was, thereafter, again seen in Cape Town employed as a security official.

It is alleged that during 2014 he was homeless.

In January 2015 his body was found at Sandy Bay near Hout Bay, after it washed up on shore.

Provincial police spokesperson Captain Frederick van Wyk says an inquest docket has been opened to confirm the cause of his death and they need information.

“Based on information obtained after the previous publications in 2018, it was confirmed a ‘Bianca Bailey’ was a close friend of the deceased. Although no specific address for her could be confirmed, she was last seen in the vicinities of Parow, Goodwood and Bellville,” he says.

Further information on his acquaintances has it that while he was residing in Taylor Street, Parow Valley before 2010, he was staying with a woman named “Carmelita”.

Whilst employed at GrandWest, he had a close friend named “Donnie”.

Anyone with additional information about this incident or the whereabouts of “Bianca Bailey”, “Carmelita” or “Donnie” is requested to contact the investigating officer Captain Bock of Hout Bay Detective Services on 082 469 2576 or 021 791 8670, alternatively Crime Stop on 08600 10111.

The people mentioned are requested to call the numbers or report at the nearest police station for contact with the mentioned police officers because their assistance is needed in this investigation.

Provincial Detectives seek the assistance of the public, with information regarding the cause of death of Aldred Coenraad Beukes.

According to a statement from the police, he was employed at GrandWest Casino from July 2005 and in August 2010 he resigned. He said he was going to his girlfriend and will be working in the Knysna and George areas as an events manager and will be staying with friends. He was, thereafter, again seen in Cape Town employed as a security official.

It is alleged that during 2014 he was homeless.In January 2015 his body was found at Sandy Bay near Hout Bay, after it washed up on shore. Provincial police spokesperson Captain Frederick van Wyk says an inquest docket has been opened to confirm the cause of his death and they need information.“Based on information obtained after the previous publications in 2018, it was confirmed a ‘Bianca Bailey’ was a close friend of the deceased. Although no specific address for her could be confirmed, she was last seen in the vicinities of Parow, Goodwood and Bellville,” he says.

Further information on his acquaintances has it that while he was residing in Taylor Street, Parow Valley before 2010, he was staying with a woman named “Carmelita”.

Whilst employed at GrandWest, he had a close friend named “Donnie”.

Anyone with additional information about this incident or the whereabouts of “Bianca Bailey”, “Carmelita” or “Donnie” is requested to contact the investigating officer Captain Bock of Hout Bay Detective Services on 082 469 2576 or 021 791 8670, alternatively Crime Stop on 08600 10111.

The people mentioned are requested to call the numbers or report at the nearest police station.

Provincial Detectives seek the assistance of the public, with information regarding the cause of death of Aldred Coenraad Beukes.

It is alleged that Beukes is originally from Keimoes in the Northern Cape and was employed as a security official in Cape Town.

According to a statement from the police, he was employed at GrandWest Casino from July 2005 and in August 2010 he resigned. He said he was going to his girlfriend and will be working in the Knysna and George areas as an events manager and will be staying with friends. He was, thereafter, again seen in Cape Town employed as a security official.

It is alleged that during 2014 he was homeless.

In January 2015 his body was found at Sandy Bay near Hout Bay, after it washed up on shore. Provincial police spokesperson Captain Frederick van Wyk says an inquest docket has been opened to confirm the cause of his death and they need information.

“Based on information obtained after the previous publications in 2018, it was confirmed a ‘Bianca Bailey’ was a close friend of the deceased. Although no specific address for her could be confirmed, she was last seen in the vicinities of Parow, Goodwood and Bellville,” he says.

Further information on his acquaintances has it that while he was residing in Taylor Street, Parow Valley before 2010, he was staying with a woman named “Carmelita”.

Whilst employed at GrandWest, he had a close friend named “Donnie”.

Anyone with additional information about this incident or the whereabouts of “Bianca Bailey”, “Carmelita” or “Donnie” is requested to contact the investigating officer Captain Bock of Hout Bay Detective Services on 082 469 2576 or 021 791 8670, alternatively Crime Stop on 08600 10111.

The people mentioned are requested to call the numbers or report at the nearest police station for contact with the mentioned police officers because their assistance is needed in this investigation.

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