Police will Hunt Twelve Murderers of Baby Onele Down | Western Cape Government


Police will Hunt Twelve Murderers of Baby Onele Down

29 October 2009
The Minister of Community Safety, Adv. Lennit Max, slammed the coldhearted attack by twelve unidentified men on the household of Mfuleni businessman, Mr. Siya Dyofile, fatally wounding his six month-old child, Onele.

Max said that the criminals have not only viciously attacked a hard working businessman and his family but also violated their constitutional right to live and work in a safe environment.

He said police will relentlessly continue their search to bring the men to justice. Max also appealed to the residents of Mfuleni to disclose any information regarding the attackers in order to assist the police in their efforts.

These men will soon realise that there is no place for them to hide.

Max expressed his condolences to the Dyofile family, as their worldly possessions can be replaced, but never the life of their child who tragically died in this robbery.

Max further reiterated that the murder of innocent children will not be tolerated and that no stone will be left unturned in the search of these callous criminals.

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