The picture above is the 14-year-old boy, his father and the woman that provided foster care to the boy in the past 8 years.
Although how the 14-year-old boy got separated from his father isn’t certain, he’s been reunited with him after 8 years.
From our gatherings, the boy was living with his foster mother in Evaton until Saturday, 7 January 2017.
He reportedly approached Katlehong SAPS in Gauteng looking for his parents.
SAPS said a Police Constable successfully traced the parents within 12 hours of the investigation.
Meanwhile, Ematsheni SAPS is pleading for the community’s assistance in locating the person below.
SAPS narrated that Eugene Mxolisi Mnangeni (54) was last seen by his mother in the Obonjaneni area of Ematsheni.
“On Monday, 02 January 2017, he left the area to meet with his wife and children who were in the Ladysmith area at the time.
“Eugene never returned home nor did he meet his family. He is light in complexion and and has a moustache at the time of his disappearance. It is unknown what clothing he was wearing at the time.
“Anyone who may know the whereabouts of Mr Mnangeni, is requested to contact the investigating officer Warrant Officer Mazibuko at the Ematsheni SAPS or on 036 448 2618 during office hours.
“Alternatively, (you can buzz) 078 148 0821 or our Crime Stop number 08600 10111,” SAPS pleaded.
Again, the Brighton Beach FCS Unit is appealing to the public to assist them in tracing the whereabouts of these wanted suspects.
As learnt, a warrant of arrest has been issued for Kasongo Tshikoyi (32), also known as Rasta. He is wanted in connection with a rape case which occurred on 3 February 2015. He is believed to be in Yeoville, Gauteng.
On the other hand, Nkosingiphile Mabuza Dlamini (34) is wanted in connection with a rape case which occurred on 01 February 2015. He is suspected to be is Swaziland with his relatives.
Anyone who can assist police in tracing the suspects is requested to contact the investigating office, Sergeant Samantha Fynn on 031 203 7334 or 082 930 8615.
You can also contact Crime Stop on 08600 10111.