Cops seek help on fake healer

2015-05-08 10:00
Anyone who has information on the whereabouts of this man, who goes by the name of Dr Proff or Morgan, should contact the police immediately.

Anyone who has information on the whereabouts of this man, who goes by the name of Dr Proff or Morgan, should contact the police immediately. (Supplied)

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POLICE are looking for a man who they believe can help them in their investigations into incidents where people have allegedly been fleeced of large sums of money by a traditional healer.

Investigating officer Captain J.D. Singh, of the Pietermaritzburg Hawks, said at least six women had come forward with complaints about their money being taken by a traditional healer.

Singh suspects there are many more people who have fallen victim to the man.

“He preys on the desperate, on those that need help.

“We appeal to the community to be extremely careful, especially when traditional healers promise to double your money.”

He asked that anyone who had experienced a similar ordeal or knew the whereabouts of the man contact him at 082 444 3160

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