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Crime Another man taken in for questioning on the case...

Another man taken in for questioning on the case of possession of human body parts
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Their arrest spirals from an Intelligence Driven Operation which prompted police to follow up on information regarding a red sedan which was on its way to Elukwatini with two occupants conveying human body parts.

A 41-year-old man has been taken in for questioning on Monday, 06 July 2020, as part of probing the case of possession of human body parts.

Meanwhile, 45-year-old Jabulani Sam Mnguni and 49-year-old Pascal Mandla Gininda, appeared at the Eerstehoek Magistrate’s Court on Monday, 6 July for possession of human body parts.

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Mnguni and Gininda were arrested on Sunday, 05 July 2020, at Elukwatini. 

Their arrest spirals from an Intelligence Driven Operation which prompted police to follow up on information regarding a red sedan which was on its way to Elukwatini with two occupants conveying human body parts.

The suspects’ vehicle was intercepted at the Lochiel-Nhlazatshe intersection where police thoroughly searched the vehicle and discovered a leg, placenta and a knee which was separately collected from a certain house. 

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The discovery sparked an investigation on the matter which police are following the trail of events to uncover where these parts were taken from. 

Both suspects were remanded in custody pending a bail application on 15 July 2020.

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Another man taken in for questioning on the case of possession of human body parts

Their arrest spirals from an Intelligence Driven Operation which prompted police to follow up on information regarding a red sedan which was on its way to Elukwatini with two occupants conveying human body parts.

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