South African Police Service (SAPS) initiated a search for a missing Olievenhoutbosch woman, appealing to the public for any information that might aid in her location.
Lindiwe Ntuli, 34, was last seen on October 23, and authorities expressed concern as she reportedly suffers from “mental disturbances.” Descriptions stated that she was wearing green leggings, an orange top, a grey straw hat, and pink sandals at the time of her disappearance.
Olievenhoutbosch SAPS revealed that they arrested Ntuli on October 21 for shoplifting and released her on October 23 following a court appearance. Subsequently, her mother registered a missing person file, noting that Lindiwe was last observed leaving the house for Olievenhout Plaza.
Expressing deep worry for her well-being, the family of Lindiwe Ntuli urges anyone with additional information to come forward. Community members are encouraged to contact SAPS at 08600 10111 or the local police if they spot her anywhere. The collaborative efforts aim to locate the missing woman and ensure her safe return swiftly.
Picture: Supplied by Pretoria Rekord
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