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Urgent Community Alert: Free State Police Seek Assistance in Locating Missing Man

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Urgent Community Alert: Free State Police Seek Assistance in Locating Missing Man

Free State Police

Meloding, Free State – The Free State Police have issued a community alert for 34-year-old Tsholofelo Khothule, who disappeared on Tuesday, December 12, 2023, and has now been missing for several days. Tsholofelo was last seen around 2 p.m. in the area of Meloding, and authorities are asking for the public’s help to find him.

Police Spokesperson Captain Stephen Thakeng addressed the media, sharing concerns over Tsholofelo’s sudden disappearance. Known among his peers as a construction worker, Tsholofelo hinted at the possibility of relocating to Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, a fact which perplexes his colleagues who are unaware of the reasons behind his intended move.

Captain Thakeng expressed growing worry as Tsholofelo’s mother has made unsuccessful attempts to contact her son by phone. Friends and girlfriend alike have failed to reach Tsholofelo, raising alarm bells within his community. The situation took a concerning turn when a stranger speaking Isizulu answered Tsholofelo’s cellphone, prompting the family to take further action.

A Missing Person case has been filed, and a preliminary investigation has led to possible sightings of Tsholofelo in Durban’s South Beach area, where he’s been described as working as a street vendor. Detailed descriptions shared by Captain Thakeng stress that Tsholofelo has a light complexion, medium build, black short hair, and is of short stature. At the time he went missing, he was seen wearing black jeans, a purple t-shirt, and black All Star sneakers.

The urgency to find Tsholofelo is palpable as the Free State Police are intensifying their efforts. Detective Sergeant Ntombi Radebe of Meloding Detective Services is heading the inquiry and can be reached at 082 466 8025 by anyone holding valuable information. The public can also dial the Crime Stop number 08600 10111 or report through the My SAPS App to assist in reuniting Tsholofelo with his concerned family.

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