Woman’s body found inside the boot of her car in Copesville, KwaZulu-Natal

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A woman’s body was found inside the boot of her car in Copesville, Pietermaritzburg, on Friday night.

It is believed that she was a teacher at a school in Pietermaritzburg.

Police and RZS Protection followed up on information received about the murder and made arrests early on Saturday morning.

Radley Govender of RZS Protection said more arrests are expected. He said the arrested people are being detained at the Mountain Rise Police Station.

“The woman was bleeding and had head injuries,” said Govender. The cause of her death has not been determined.

Govender added that stolen items were also recovered during the investigation.

This is a developing story.

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