KwaZulu Natal RUSA asks for public assistance to find missing persons

KwaZulu Natal (Ndwedwe): Reaction Unit South Africa asked for Public assistance to find two missing persons from KwaZulu Natal. They went missing on Saturday.

KwaZulu Natal (Ndwedwe): Reaction Unit South Africa asked for Public assistance to find two missing persons from KwaZulu Natal. They went missing on Saturday.

The first residence is from Emthembeni in Ndwedwe – KZN. He has been missing since Saturday. As per the reports, he left his residence on Saturday morning in Redcliffe – KZN.

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His family contacted RUSA officers and asked for assistance, and the RUSA officials started an investigation immediately and asked one of his friends where he was supposed to visit. They found that he had visited him but left his house in the evening, and from that time, he had been missing.

As per his family, he does not have a cellphone, and also he is suffering from mental health issues. He was dressed in a navy blue coat with Department Of Agriculture branding.

The other second resident is from Westville, KZN. He is 38 years old and, Leo Govender. He is a resident of Macdonald Road in Westville – KZN. He left his home on Friday and was expected to travel to Durban Central – KZN but has not been located since.

Govender used an E-Hailing service. He was dressed in a black T-shirt, black jeans, and black takkies. His cell phone is switched off, and attempts to contact him are unsuccessful.

Residents are also trying their best to find both of the guys, but they are still helpless as there is no clue where they are. People are also praying for their safe return and protection upon them and his safe return home.

Reaction Unit Officials also tried hard to find them through their investigation and also appealed to the public to share the post if any information regarding both residents could directly come to the RUSA office and they also can contact them through their official Facebook page and their official office number is also on their page.

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