A 70-year mother, and her daughter,, Lizette Deacon who happens to be the owner of a popular restaurant, the Ocean Basket restaurant in the Mall of the North, Limpopo, South Africa had been murdered by an unknown persons. The owner South African business woman and her mother were found tied up and stabbed to death in their car on Thursday, September 10. In what could be termed quick-prompt murder.
The police, PRO, aka spokesman, Brig. Motlafela Mojapelo, however, said that following the search for the deceased duo, the bodies of 55-year-old Lizette Deacon and her 70-year-old mother Hettie were found in an abandoned vehicle.
Explaining further, the police spokesman, Brig. Mojapelo said “The bodies of the deceased were found with several stab wounds. They were tied inside their motor vehicle, which was found abandoned on the R37 next to the Kushcke off-ramp,”.
Following a tip off, the Police had started searching for the two women, who lived together in Welgelegen near Cycad, after a neighbor, name withheld, went to visit the duo but instead found traces of blood inside their home. A search operation was immediately activated.
With investigations still underway, the police spokesman said, “The motive for the killings is unknown at this stage, but robbery cannot be ruled out. Cases of two counts of murder and house robbery have been opened. Anyone with information is requested to contact Colonel Linkie Mathebula.”
Murder of innocent people should be a condemn-able act by all and sundry. If you can not create a life, you do not have the right to take one. Therefore, literotica news insist that you should always respect the sanctity of life, for life is precious, and at the same time, it is short. Do not deprive anyone the opportunity to stay alive and enjoy life to the fullest before he or she demises by a natural cause. Rest in peace to the deceased duo.Thank you for reading
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