Help police find one of Gabisile Shabane’s kidnappers

The 13-year-old girl was kidnapped while asleep with her mom on 28 January 2018.


The Mpumalanga police have released the identikit of the face of one of the men who came to the house of a 50-year-old mom in eMalahleni and took her daughter at gunpoint.

Another one, a 15-month-old, was also taken and their parents are crying over their safety.

Police experts interviewed the mother and she described to them how one of the three men who broke into her Hlalanikahle home on the night, pointing a gun at her and vanishing with her daughter but not before taking another one in the same house, looks.

Help police find one of Gabisile Shabane's kidnappers

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Police launch search for kidnapped 13-year-old Gabisile Shabane

Kidnapped – Gabisile Shabane.

 

Nkosikhona Ngwenya

Cops believe the ID kit will assist in the speedy finding of the men and perhaps the children may still be alive wherever they are.

Anyone with information should call the cops on 082 372 2195, 082 600 8532, 073 995 7655 or 08600 10 111.

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Police launch search for kidnapped 13-year-old Gabisile Shabane

The child was taken at gunpoint at her home of Hlalanikahle township in eMalahleni.


The police in the Mpumalanga province are appealing to the public to come forward with information that can assist them find a kidnapped 13-year-old girl who vanished together with a 1-year-old old baby.

Gabisile Shabane, a Grade 8 pupil at the Leonard Ntshuntshe Secondary School, and Nkosikhona Ngwenya, who is 1-year-3-month-old, were taken at gunpoint by three unknown men in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Police spokesman Colonel Mtsholi Bhembe said the men gained entry by breaking the front door of the sitting room.

A case of house breaking and kidnapping has been opened with the Vosman cops in the area.

Nkosikhona Ngwenya

“Nothing else was taken from the house except the two children,” Bhembe said in a statement on Tuesday afternoon.

“An earnest appeal is hereby made to anyone with information that may assist in locating the children and the perpetrators,” he said.

Anyone with information should call the cops on 082 372 2195, 082 600 8532, 073 995 7655 or 08600 10111.

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