LOCAL police are investigating at least three missing persons reports in areas including Hibberdene, Mthwalume, and Murchison.Fikile Faith Mkhize (33), who was from Shlongwane, Ward 18 in Mthwalume, was allegedly on her way to Pretoria on Saturday, October 6 at about 12 pm. She had planned to take a taxi from Hibberdene to Durban and then board a bus to Pretoria. Attempts to contact her have also been unsuccessful and it is alleged that she did not reach her destination. It is not known what she was wearing at the time of her disappearance. She has a tattoo of the map of Africa on her left shoulder as well as an old scar next to it. Police are also still looking for Angelica Zingaphi Shazi (81) who was last seen by a relative on Tuesday, October 9 at 6 pm. It is alleged that she was alone at home in Mathulini area in Hibberdene and, when the family returned from vaccinating their pets, she was nowhere to be found. She is short in stature and it is not known what she was wearing at the time of her disappearance. Ntombovuyo Happiness Shusha was reported missing at SAPS Port Shepstone when she left her home in the Mashembeni area in Murchison on October 10 and did not return. Shusha was wearing a denim skirt, grey T-shirt and black pumps when she was last seen. It is alleged that she has a mental illness.Members of the public who have information pertaining to the Hibberdene cases are asked to contact Detective W/O Sifiso Ngubane of Hibberdene SAPS at 039 699 9839 or 073 603 1155. Those who wish to assist with regards to the Murchison case can contact Det/Sgt Emelda Niemack at Detective Service at 039 688 1192.