Murdered policeman found in his home, Wells Estate

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Man shot and killed on smallholding, Potchefstroom
Man shot and killed on smallholding, Potchefstroom

The body of Sergeant Linda Mzuko (43) was found on the night of 11 August 2017, at 18:30 at his home in Wells Estate, Nelson Mandela Bay.

He was found with several bullet wounds to his neck and body, when his estranged wife, Mrs Neliswa Mzuko (37) , working as a Command Centre Operator at the 10111 Center visited him.

She found his house front door open, and on entering made the gruesome find.

Both Cluster Commanders of Motherwell and Mount Road, Major General Dawie Rabie and Major General Funeka Siganga expressed their condolences to the family of the deceased member and added that the killing of police members will face the full brunt of the law.

Any person with any information that could assist the police in this investigation, are requested to contact the Swartkops Detectives at 041 408 8303 or 8318 or 8341.

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