Another tragedy hits Kebble family

2015-08-25 18:22
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Johannesburg - Western Cape police have confirmed that the body of a man in his late seventies was found with a gunshot wound to his head. The man is believed to be businessman, Roger Kebble.

It was earlier reported that Kebble had shot himself.

Police said the body was found inside a vehicle on the corners of Monterey and Upper Bebington avenues in Bishopscourt on Tuesday afternoon.

"An inquest case is under investigation. No one has been arrested at this stage," said police spokesperson Constable Noloyiso Rwexana.

The Kebble family has already come through one tragedy when Brett Kebble was found to have died in an assisted suicide on September 27, 2005.

In 2010, Roger Kebble was found not to be well enough to testify at the trial for the murder of his son because of a heart condition.

EWN reported Kebble's son Guy as saying that his father had been unwell and felt as though he was a burden.

At the time of the trial, Sapa reported that a cardiologist found it "unwise" for Kebble senior to testify.

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