Four people killed Tulbagh; R100k reward offered
The Western Cape police are offering a reward for information after four people were killed in a mass shooting that is suspected to be linked to the taxi industry, on Saturday evening in Tulbagh.
‘’The Western Cape Serious and Violent Crime Investigation Unit has been assigned to probe the circumstances surrounding last night’s violent incident in Tulbagh where four male persons were shot and killed, and the investigators are keen to come into contact with any person with information that will lead them to the perpetrators,’’ said Colonel Andrè Traut.
‘’At around 21:00 unknown suspects approached a group of people comprising six males and three females who were socializing at a residence in Jooste Street Tulbach and opened fire at the victims. Four males aged 30, 32,33, and 37 were killed and a fifth male was admitted to hospital. The three females and one male escaped the attack unharmed,’’ he added.
The police spokesperson announced that a R100 000 rewartd is offered if the perpetrators are arrested.
‘’Brigadier Makhaya Mkabile (082 222 6744) and Lieutenant Colonel Bonginkosi Libaya (082 411 2042) are standing by to take your call and it is your choice to remain anonymous.’’
Traut added that the motive for the incident is unknown.
Done By: Everngelista Muza / Mitchum George
By Everngelista Muza