SAPS Rescues 3-Days-Old Baby From Rubbish Bin


SAPS Rescues 3-Days-Old Baby – BuzzSouthAfrica learned that the South African Police Service (SAPS) rescued a 3-days-old baby dumped in a rubbish bin.

It’s said that Captain Freemantle of the Mount Ayliff Cluster was on patrol when he was informed by community members that a baby was trashed in a rubbish bin.

SAPS narrated that Captain Freemantle went to the place the community members directed him and found a naked baby who was estimated to be three days old.

“He further organised warm blankets and clothes for the baby before taking her to hospital. Capt Norman Freemantle was recently the overall winner at the SAPS Provincial Excellence Awards held in Port Elizabeth on 30 August 2017,” stated the police service.

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Thereafter, it invited anyone with information that will help identify the baby to call Crime Stop on 08600 10111.

Meanwhile, the Esikhaleni police in KwaZulu-Natal appealed to South Africans to assist in the search for missing two-year-old Samkelo Mpendulo Manqele of Mabuyeni area, Esikhaleni.

Missing Samkelo Mpendulo Manqele

“Samkelo was last seen on 19 August 2017 playing with other children at the neighbour’s homestead. He disappeared that day and his family members have not seen him since.

“He was wearing a navy jacket, brown track pants and maroon takkies. He cannot speak properly since he is still young,” said the police. 

If you have information about Samkelo’s whereabouts, kindly contact Esikhaleni police Warrant Officer, Siphiwe Khumalo on 083 511 9348 or 035 796 8027.

Alternatively, you can buzz Crime Stop on 08600 10111.

Also, the Nongoma police in KwaZulu-Natal has begged South Africans to help find a missing two-year-old child – Esinhle Bongiswa Ntshangase – of Esiyembeni Reserve, Mtubatuba.

Missing Esinhle Bongiswa Ntshangase

Ntshangase mum said she visited her boyfriend’s homestead in Maye Reserve, Nongoma with  Ntshangase who ran to her grandmother on 4th September 2017.

While Ntshangase’s mum maintained she left the child with her mother-in-law, the mother-in-law related she gave the child a fruit and allowed her to return to her mum.

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Ntshangase has not been seen since that day. Anyone with information about her whereabouts can contact the investigating officer at Nongoma SAPS, Warrant Officer Mkhonza on 076 459 4255 or 035 836 1039.

Also, you can contact Crime Stop number on 08600 10111.

The child cannot speak properly … she is still young. She is dark in complexion, has brown eyes and round face. She was wearing powder blue tracksuit and brown boots,” SAPS offered.