Police looking for kidnapped Nelspruit woman

South African Police Service

Police looking for kidnapped Nelspruit woman. Photo: SAPS
Police looking for kidnapped Nelspruit woman. Photo: SAPS

Police in Mpumalanga are looking for a 53 year old woman, Guhabali Samzi, a Mozambique citizen, who was last seen on 15 October 2019. It is alleged that on 15 October 2019, at about 14:30, she left her residential place, Elawini Lifestyle Estate in Nelspruit and went to the Crossing Shopping Centre.

She was supposed to fetch her child from school later, but did not. Her husband became worried after he reportedly tried to get hold of her with no luck. A case of a missing person was registered at Nelspruit Police Station. During the investigation, her car was found at Cairn, on the outskirts of Nelspruit, with the driver’s window having been smashed, her belongings were also found inside the car.

Eyewitnesses reported seeing a gold Chevrolet with registration number HCX568MP picking her up, upon circulation it transpired that it was mounted with a false registration number.

On the day of her disappearance, the woman was wearing a blue striped blouse and dark blue pants, she has black hair and dark brown eyes.

Police believe that the man whose photo is attached herewith may be able to assist in this case. An earnest appeal is made for the man to present himself to the Investigating Officer, or any police station. Anyone with information on the man’s identity and whereabouts is hereby urged to contact, Warrant Officer Mike Lusiba at 082 535 1839 or the SAPS Crime Stop number 08600 10111.

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