The search is continuing on Sunday for an 11-year-old boy who was attacked and dragged away by a crocodile at the Damani Dam in Thohoyandou, Limpopo, on Saturday afternoon.The boy and a group of his friends were washing their clothes in the "crocodile infested" dam at around 16:00 when the reptile emerged from the water.Police say the crocodile suddenly attacked the youngster.Officials say the police's search and rescue unit was mobilised immediately. The search was called off as the light faded. It was resumed on Sunday morning.Limpopo provincial police commissioner Lieutenant General Nneke Ledwaba visited the scene where community members had gathered, hoping the search would be successful.#sapsLIM Thohoyandou: Search continues for an 11yr-old boy who was allegedly grabbed by a crocodile and dragged into Damani dam on Saturday, 22/12. Parents urged to warn their children not to go near dams without supervision. #WaterSafety MEhttps://t.co/OWpmGk5zw6 pic.twitter.com/RGhjd2cxkL— SA Police Service (@SAPoliceService) December 23, 2018 In March, the SABC reported that a young boy was attacked and killed by a crocodile in the Mutale River outside Thohoyandou while playing with friends.