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Cape Town - Police are asking for public assistance in identifying and locating a 28-year-old male in connection with the murder of a Claremont mother in October.
Anzunette du Plessis was found stabbed to death inside her house on October 4. A short while later, police arrested three suspects who were found carrying stolen goods from Du Plessis’ property. A fourth suspect escaped.
Moegamat Armien Salie, one of the suspects who had worked on the roof at Du Plessis’ house, admitted to stabbing her several times before slitting her throat.
Salie appeared alongside Warren van Rooyen, 28, and Dudley Boesak, 32, both of Hanover Park, at the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court on October 9.
Police have released two identikits, pictured, based on witness testimonies, of the fourth suspect. It is believed his name is “Nathan”.
“Nathan was last seen in the vicinity of Hanover Park,” said police spokesman Warrant Officer November Filander.
“Anyone with information regarding this murder case is kindly requested to contact the investigating officer, Detective Constable Mike Mlozana, at SAPS Claremont on 082 469 2525 or 021 657 2266, or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.”