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Have you seen this missing teen?

Nokubonga Bridget Mthethwa was last seen on Ntwaza Road, Lamontville on Thursday, 8 October.

The Pink Ladies Organisation is appealing for information on the whereabouts of a missing teen. Nokubonga Bridget Mthethwa was last seen on Ntwaza Road, Lamontville on Thursday, 8 October.

The 16-year-old wears spectacles with a black frame. She was in her Mowat Park High School uniform which is a sea green skirt, white shirt and a sea-green blazer. She is of slender build, has brown eyes and black hair. She is also of medium height, has a round nose, flat ears and full lips.

If you have information, contact Brighton Beach police on 031-451-2805/2804/8072/ or 083-378-4882 or report anonymously to CrimeStop on 086-001-0111.  

The missing persons poster filed by the Pink Ladies Organisation.

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