Farm murder of Catherine Irving: Cause of death confirmed, reward offered

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Farm murder of Catherine Irving: Cause of death confirmed, reward offered. Photo: Pixabay
Farm murder of Catherine Irving: Cause of death confirmed, reward offered. Photo: Pixabay

Catherine Irving, the owner of Shamroc Cattery and Kennels, was brutally murdered in a farm attack on 7 December 2019, in Rietspruit near Uitkyk, Nelspruit, Mpumalanga province, at 08:00. Irving was an animal lover who cared for a number of animals on her smallholding, she was overpowered by four attackers, she was dragged into her home, tied her up, assaulted and killed. Following the post-mortem, it has been concluded that Irving (54) died of a gunshot wound.

A reward of up to R100 000 has been offered by friends and family, for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killers. There have been no arrests.

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Farm murder: 4 Attackers, woman assaulted tied up and killed, Nelspruit

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