LEADERS DEMAND ARRESTS after Greytown kidnappings

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COMMUNITY leaders in KwaZulu-Natal have called on the police to speed up their investigation and arrest the suspects who kidnapped three girls in Greytown on March 13.

The teens, aged between 15 and 17, were in Greytown at about 7 pm on Saturday, March 13, when unknown men offered them a lift. Police sources told the Gazette that the suspects’ vehicle then drove towards Kranskop.

Two of the teens managed to jump from the moving vehicle, and flagged down a police van that was travelling from Kranskop.

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