Two abductees rescued in Khayelitsha


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Two abductees have been rescued after two unknown suspects kidnapped them in Endlovini on Wednesday.

City of Cape Town Law Enforcement Officer Wayne Dyason says officers were on patrol in Kuyasa in Khayelitsha when they observed a white car speeding.

“Upon seeing law enforcement officials, the driver immediately stopped the car and fled on foot with his accomplice. When officers searched the vehicle, they found two people bound and gagged in the boot of the car,” says Dyason.

Both appeared unconscious and had been assaulted.  Once they regained consciousness, the victims informed officials that they were at Monwabisi beach, then proceeded to a shop in Endlovini, where they were taken captive by the suspects.

The victims said that they don’t want to lay charges.


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