Byline: Nonjabuliso Nhlambo
29 July 2022
Police at Delmas are investigating an inquest case following the discovery of human bones yesterday evening, Thursday 28 July 2022 around 18h00 hours.
According to police information, on the said day, police were informed about the discovery made by a person who was collecting wood in the field at Kekpoort farm.
On arrival the SAPS members from Delmas confirmed that the bones were for a human being and on further investigation, they noticed two small holes in the skull which suggests the possibility of a person having been shot.
The members also discovered that there were two cable ties attached to the bones which shows that the person could have been tied as well.
Other items found with the bones include a black jacket as well as black trousers however the clothes were torn.
The gender of the person in this regard has not yet been determined.
Police cannot rule out the possibility of the charge being changed to murder pending further investigations.
The police in the meantime urge anyone with information regarding the discovery or anyone who might have been looking for a loved one probably wearing the similar clothes as described to immediately contact the police at Delmas or call the Crime Stop number at 08600 10111. Alternatively members of the public can send information via MYSAPSAPP.
All received information will be treated as confidential and callers may opt to remain anonymous.
The Provincial Commissioner of the SAPS in Mpumalanga, Lieutenant General Semakaleng Daphney Manamela has indicated that this matter will be investigated with a hope to uncover as to what has led to the death of this human being.
“We are looking forward to get the answers through the investigation that has already commenced” said the General.