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Couple found murder, suspect on the hunt

The South African Police Service (SAPS) in the Free State has launched a manhunt after a couple in the Lejweleputswa district were found dead in their car.

“On Thursday 7 July 2022 between 15:00 and 16:00 police received information about a shooting on the R64 between Dealesville and Boshoff roads. On arrival they found a white tribal sedan parked at On the side of the road. The car was on its way from Deersville to Boschoff. Two people were found dead, later identified as Lucas Moleme (52) and his wife Lyntjie Moleme (50),” the SAPS Free State spokeswoman Said man Sinah Mpakane.

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The SAPS Free State said no arrests had been made and no motive for the couple’s murder had been established.

Describing the crime scene further, Mpakane said: “A male victim was lying next to a car with a gunshot wound to the head and a woman was still sitting in the car. She also had a gunshot wound to the head. In Boshoff and owner of the Kgakgamatso mortuary. No arrests were made. The motive for the killing is unknown”

Those with information they believe may be linked to the murder and which could lead to the arrest of the suspect have been urged to contact Thabong Detectives’ Investigator W/O Nel on 082 806 8432.

Earlier this week, an elderly couple was found murdered on a farm near Mooresburg by a man who was recently released on parole.

Frans, 69, and Ingrid Koch, 65, were attacked and subdued at their home on Tuesday morning.

Ingrid was stabbed multiple times and died on the spot from her injuries. Her husband, Frans, was seriously injured and was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he later died of his injuries.

According to reports, police spokesman Sergeant Wesley Twig said a 34-year-old man was arrested for scary murder.

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