- Business robbery suspects on the loose in Deneysville - August 10, 2022
- Meet Vuyisile Adoons, who gives visual art a new dimension! - August 10, 2022
- Editorial | SA still battles inequality nearly after 66 years of struggle - August 9, 2022
The search continues for the 23-year-old Lehlohonolo Ephraim Cingo from Kutloanong, Odendaalsrus who went missing on Friday, June 24.
Lejweleputswa spokesperson, captain Stephen Thakeng, highlighted on the fact that the missing person is battling with mental illness.
Palesa Cingo, who is the sister of Lehlohonolo, alleged that she left Lehlohonolo so that she could go to town.
“While she was in town, she met a person called Ncami who claimed that he saw Lehlohonolo in town.
“When she arrived home, she asked her mother the whereabouts of her brother, she responded that she doesn’t know as she was in work,” said Thakeng.
The family went to open the case of a missing person when they couldn’t find him in his grandmother’s house.
“He was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, brown jacket, with a hoodie, light blue jean trousers, black and white vans tekkie shoes,” detailed Thakeng.
“Anyone with the information to trace the missing Lehlohonolo Cingo, detective warrant officer Du Plessis can be contacted at cellphone number 082 301 2797 or police emergency number 08600 10111,” concluded Thakeng.