Friday, October 25, 2019

Missing Herolds Bay boy's body recovered as search for mom, sister continues


The body of a two-year-old Herolds Bay child who disappeared with his mom and sister has been recuperated, Southern Cape police affirmed on Wednesday evening.


Heidi Scheepers, 35, lived near the Voëlklip sea shore where she, her six-year-old little girl Cuzette and two-year-old child Hugo disappeared in the wake of taking a stroll on the sea shore at about 6pm on Tuesday. Her better half, Ettienne Scheepers, alarmed the specialists when they neglected to come all the way back after an outing to the sea shore in Herolds Bay. 

Scheepers had headed to the sea shore in a charcoal VW Caravelle TDI minibus, with the enrollment CAW66036. Portions of a vehicle were found at the base of a precipice close to the hazardous cookout spot at Voëlklip however police said they were not able recoup the vehicle because of harsh ocean conditions.

Southern Cape police representative Captain Malcolm Pojie affirmed the recuperation of Hugo's body on Thursday. Pojie said endeavors to recuperate the collections of Scheepers and her little girl proceed.

By: Ellouise Muller

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