Missing Egyptian national found murdered, 3 suspects arrested

2017-11-03 20:54
Mohamed Ahmed Nawar (Supplied)

Mohamed Ahmed Nawar (Supplied)

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Johannesburg – The body of Egyptian national Mohamed Ahmed Nawar, who went missing on October 2, was found buried at a nature reserve north of Marble Hall of Friday.

Limpopo police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe said Nawar was robbed of his car and killed.

"He was found buried in a shallow grave at Leswena game farm near the river," he said.

Three suspects have been arrested and will appear in court on Monday on charges of murder and robbery.

Ngoepe said police investigations were continuing.

The discovery comes after an intelligence-driven operation by Marble Hall detectives and Groblersdal crime intelligence.

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