Police still looking for local

2017-10-31 06:00
Retired police captain Kieth Blake and concerned relatives patiently await information on Mark Quinton Willemse, from Eden Park informal settlement in Philippi. PHOTO: aishah cassiem

Retired police captain Kieth Blake and concerned relatives patiently await information on Mark Quinton Willemse, from Eden Park informal settlement in Philippi. PHOTO: aishah cassiem

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Police officials of Cradock Police Station say they are still searching for Mark Quinton Willemse, an epilepsy sufferer from Eden Park informal settlement in Philippi who went missing recently (“Fuming at police”, People’s Post, Tuesday 24 ­October).

This comes after an intensive search for the local farmer, who had gone to Cradock in the Eastern Cape with a local contractor, Carl “Kallie” Japtha, at the beginning of October. Relatives raised the alarm when he did not return home days later.

Captain Lorraine Jonke says Williamse has not been found as yet. All leads were followed up without any success. Police will continue the search, she says.V Anyone with information should call Captain Lorraine Jonke on 048 881 7087.

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