Nompilo Kunene
Senior online journalist
1 minute read
21 May 2022
16:31

Woman wanted by KZN police for alleged R3.5 million fraud

Nompilo Kunene

Have you seen this woman? Detectives from the Provincial Project Team need help finding Raksha Rajkuma Pooran (36) who is a suspect in a fraud case that they are investigating.

Have you seen this woman?

KZN police are asking the public to help them find Raksha Rajkuma Pooran (36) who is suspected of defrauding a man of R3.5 million.

KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Nqobile
Gwala said it is alleged by a man that between the period of 2017 and 2019, he
was defrauded of money from his business and personal account by a known
suspect.

“The suspect fled the scene after the incident. The victim
was defrauded of the amount of R3.5 million. A case of fraud was opened for
investigation at Westville SAPS. The suspect was traced but she was not found.
A warrant of arrest has been issued by the court,” said Gwala.

Police are appealing to anyone who might have information
regarding the wanted suspect attached in picture to contact the investigating
officer Detective Lieutenant Colonel Ngcobo 082 ?334 8123 or Crime Stop on
?08600 10111.

Detectives from the Provincial Project Team need help finding
Raksha Rajkuma Pooran (36) who is a suspect in a fraud case that they are
investigating.

KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Nqobile
Gwala said it is alleged by a man that between the period of 2017 and 2019, he
was defrauded of money from his business and personal account by a known
suspect.

“The suspect fled the scene after the incident. The victim
was defrauded of the amount of R3.5 million. A case of fraud was opened for
investigation at Westville SAPS. The suspect was traced but she was not found.
A warrant of arrest has been issued by the court,” said Gwala.

Police are appealing to anyone who might have information
regarding the wanted suspect attached in picture to contact the investigating
officer Detective Lieutenant Colonel Ngcobo 082 ?334 8123 or Crime Stop on
?08600 10111.