By Megan Hartogh
Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating three children and an adult who went missing on Saturday, June 24th. The four were last seen at the Retreat Railway station at approximately ten-past-ten on the morning of their disappearance. They were on their way to Wellington to visit relatives during the school holidays. However, according to the family friend who was meant to meet them at the Wellington train station, they were nowhere to be seen.
Police spokesperson, Bernadine Steyn says that two of the four missing are twins, Karlin and Sandra Manuel from Cedar Road, in Westlake, Kirstenhof. Steyn says that the twins are 13-years-old and are 1,5 metres tall. Steyn says that they are slender built and have dark brown eyes. Karlin, who has black hair, and Sandra who has red hair, were wearing blue jeans, orange and black t-shirts, black and white takkies and light blue jackets. According to Steyn, the other two missing people are half-sisters, Andrea Williams and Bernedeen
Goliath. Williams is 12-years-old, has brown eyes and is 1,5 metres tall. She was last seen wearing a brown skirt, brown jacket, brown t-shirt and boots. Goliath is 20-years-old, has short, curly brown hair and is also 1,5 metres tall. Steyn says that Goliath has a tattoo of a bird on her back. At the time of her disappearance, she was dressed in blue denim skirt, a blue denim jacket, a white top and black boots. Williams and Goliath are both from Kestrel Way, Westlake, Kirstenhof. If anyone has information about their whereabouts, please contact the investigating officer, Inspector Rodney Franks, on(021) 701 24 26 or the Crime Stop number of 08600 10 111.