The Free State police opened a lacking individuals case after the 4 Bangladesh nationals who traveled with R70,000 went lacking on their technique to Welkom to purchase items.
In accordance with Free State police spokesperson, Colonel Thandi Mbambo, the case was opened by Mahommed Abdul Haque at Winburg Police Station.
Haque defined to the police that one of many lacking males is his brother whereas the three others are his pals.
He mentioned his brother resided with him in 32 Victoria Avenue in Winburg.
“It was reported that Mukit Rasel Abdul, Khurseed Alam Noakhali, Sindur Hossain Noakhali and Moshim Mahommed, departed Winburg with a white Honda, mannequin unknown with a Lesotho registration quantity RY708, to Welkom with an intention to purchase inventory.”
“They’re alleged to have had R70 000 in money with them. They by no means reached their vacation spot and have been reported lacking together with the automobile they have been driving.”
Mbambo described the appears of the 4 lacking international Nationals.
He mentioned 37-year-old Abdul is of medium construct, has medium size black hair and a good complexion.
The day he disappeared, he had spherical glassed in, a white pair of trousers, white sneakers, orange T-shirt and a cap.
33 year-old Khurseed is plump, has frizzy black hair and likewise wore glasses.
Khurseed was on a blue pair of denims.
Sindur who can also be plump, has black brief hair and was sporting a brown jacket and a blue pair of denims.
“Lastly, Mohammed, 35, was sporting a black pair of trousers and a brown jacket, and is common constructed standing at about 1.7 metres tall, and has brief black hair with no mustache nor beard and brown pores and skin complexion.”
“The investigating official is Warant Officer Sanette Smit of Winburg SAPS Detective Service who requests the group to help within the seek for these lacking males.”
“Any one who has info might contact her on the next numbers 082 301 9668 or 051 881 8304 throughout workplace hours.”