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Harrismith Police Appeal to the Public for Help in Search for Missing Johannesburg Man

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Harrismith Police Appeal to the Public for Help in Search for Missing Johannesburg Man

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The Harrismith Police is urgently calling on the community for assistance in the search for a missing 40-year-old man, Sibulelo Mfana, from the Sandown area of Johannesburg in the Gauteng Province.

According to official reports, Sibulelo Mfana departed his residence early on the morning of February 2, 2024, at approximately 8:00 AM, embarking on a journey to Harrismith. His visit was job-related, as he intended to perform an inspection of ongoing work at a police station construction site in the Tshiame B area, fulfilling his duties as a project manager.

The missing man was last seen driving his white Toyota Corolla, bearing the registration number JW78VCGP. Mr. Mfana is described as standing 1.6 meters tall, with a medium build and a bald head. The concern for his safety escalated when his wife revealed that she had communicated with him via phone on the evening of February 2nd, around 19:13. During this conversation, he mentioned that he was on his way back to Johannesburg. Tragically, he has not been seen or heard from since, and never reached his destination.

The day he went missing, Sibulelo Mfana was reportedly wearing a black T-shirt and black sneakers.

Despite extensive efforts by his family to locate him, there has yet to be any success. His disappearance has incited growing worry among both his loved ones and the local community.

Police officials, spearheaded by Lieutenant Colonel Maphalala and Captain Msibi of the Harrismith Detective Service, urge anyone with information regarding Sibulelo Mfana’s whereabouts to come forward. The public can reach out directly to the investigators at 082 854 7542. Anonymous tips can also be submitted by calling the Crime Stop hotline at 08600 10111 or by relaying information through the MySAPS App.

MISSING PERSON ALERT
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