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Help Kwazakele police find relatives of lost boy from Peddie

Aug 12, 2019
Help Kwazakele police find relatives of lost boy from Peddie

Port Elizabeth - Police in Kwazakele, Port Elizabeth, have appealed to the public for assistance in tracing the parents of a lost seven-year-old boy from Peddie.

"Community members brought in a lost seven-year-old boy at the Kwazakele CSC on Sunday," said police spokesperson, Captain Andre Beetge.

"From what could be understood, the child mentioned that he is from Peddie with his parents.

"An urgent appeal is made to the community to assist police in finding this boy's parents so he can be reunited with them."

Capt Beetge said that the following is information the boy could manage to tell police:

  • His name: Milisa Nyangwa. 7 years of age.
  • He is from Mvwalana Location in Peddie.
  • His mother is Nokhaya Nyangwa.
  • The aunt's name is Nomhle Nokuthula Nyangwa.
  • The other siblings names are, Aya, Onke and Ruru.

"Milisa Nyangwa is dressed in grey and black top, black and grey short, black shoes, short hair and is light in completion," Capt Beetge said.

"He does not know the area of Kwazakele at all.

"Any person that can assist police in finding his parents can contact the Kwazakele police at 041 408 7744 or 071 609 4078 or 08600 10111."

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