Between June 1 and June 19, five homeless men were found dead in Tshwane.
While police have not said whether the spate of murders was the work of a serial killer, they have called the perpetrator the "nocturnal prowler". They're on the hunt for a suspect... before more bodies turn up.
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The first body was found in a veld near Mears Park train station on June 1, according to police.
Two more bodies were found in Magnolia Park on June 8 and 9 and a fourth was found on a pavement on the corner of Justice Mahomed and Troye streets on June 18.
The fifth and body was found at a bus stop near Unisa's main campus on June 19.
Watch News24's video investigation above.
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