Suspect arrested after raping his granny (82), Idutywa

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Suspect arrested after raping his granny (82), Idutywa
Suspect arrested after raping his granny (82), Idutywa

Idutywa Police arrested a 20 year old man for alleged rape of an 82 year-old elderly woman. It is alleged that the victim saw the suspect coming through the window and she recognised her as the suspect is her grandson.

The suspect allegedly accosted the granny and raped her.The case was registered at Idutywa Police Station. The suspect was traced and arrested. The alleged rape was committed on Tuesday 1 January 2019 at about 01:00 at Ngonyama Locality, Nouri Village, Dutywa.

The suspect is due to appear before the Idutywa Magistrate Court on Thursday 3 January 2019 on a charge of rape.

Butterworth Cluster Commander, Brigadier Ngangema Xakavu condemned the alleged rape of elderly person especially as the suspect is her grandson who was supposed to protect his granny. He praised the Idutywa Police for their swift action in arresting the suspect.

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