Cape Town city spokesperson killed in house robbery

2016-12-16 11:37
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Cape Town – Steven Otter, the communications and community liaison for Transport for Cape Town, was killed in a house robbery in Harfield Village early on Friday morning.

His death was confirmed by an emotional city mayoral committee member Brett Herron.

Western Cape police said a 43-year-old man was killed during "an apparent house robbery" in Claremont.

"Further information will be released at a later stage once the preliminary investigation has been concluded," said Lieutenant Colonel Andrè Traut.

It is understood Otter woke up to find men in his Cambridge Street home and died while defending himself and his family. 

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