CNS Reporter
1 minute read
23 May 2017
2:51 pm

Woman found dead, wrapped in plastic

CNS Reporter

It is alleged a tyre was found on top of a burning heater in the shack where the body was.

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Vaal residents in Johannesburg have been left ashamed and shocked by the continued killings of young girls by their boyfriends, Sedibeng Ster reports.

On Sunday,  police were summoned to a murder  scene in Orange Farm, where residents were out and about looking for a missing woman. The 34-year-old woman was found dead at her boyfriend’s house, stashed under a bed wrapped in plastic.

According to police, the victim was last seen on Saturday afternoon with her boyfriend right before she went missing. The family was called to the scene, and they could not hold their tears and anger when they saw their child wrapped in plastic – dead.

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Meanwhile in Evaton police arrested a 22-year–old man for the murder of a 16-year-old girl on Monday. The suspect allegedly wanted to destroy evidence of the murder, as he was found with a heater and tyre, attempting to burn the shack where the incident happened.

Police spokesperson Aubrey Moopeloa said: “On arrival at the shack, there was smoke coming from the door of the shack where police obtained forced entry. Upon entering, the police found the lifeless body of a 16-year-old girl. Bloodstains were seen all over the floor and curtains. A tyre was found on top of a burning heater. We  suspect that the man wanted to burn the shack to avoid arrest.”

Both the suspects in the two cases have been arrested and charged with murder. Police appeal to the residents, especially men to refrain from solving problems in a form of murder.

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Details: How four women were murdered, found dead in Soweto in one weekend

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