Henri van Breda reports to police station with attorney

2016-06-13 15:52
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Cape Town – Henri van Breda, 21, has reported to the police in Stellenbosch with his attorney in connection with the attack on his family, it was reported on Monday.

News reporters had tweeted that Henri had gone to the Stellenbosch police station at 15:30 with his attorney.

Netwerk24 has also confirmed the report.

Martin and Teresa van Breda and their son Rudi were all killed in an axe attack at their upmarket home on the De Zalze estate in Stellenbosch. Their daughter Marli survived a severe head injury while Henri escaped with only scratches.

It was later revealed that Marli suffered from retrograde amnesia due to the trauma of the attack. The teen is also back at school.

WATCH via Eikestadnuus: Henri and his attorney enter the police station -

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