Mount Road Detectives is seeking the community’s assistance in tracing a 75-year-old man who went missing on Thursday, 29 August 2019.
On the mentioned date, Patrick Novusha was with his wife at the Provincial Hospital in Port Elizabeth. At some stage, he went outside and his wife also followed him out. She then went back in to fetch her bag and when she returned, he was gone. She searched the surrounding area for him but with no success. Novusha was wearing brown trousers and a navy jacket.
He resides in Koyana Street in Zwide in Port Elizabeth. Police visited hospitals in the area in an attempt to trace him but with no positive results.
Police is appealing to anyone who can assist in locating Mr Novushu to urgently contact D/Sgt Thabo Mangcangaza on 0634092648 or 0413946136 or Crime Stop 08600 10111 or their nearest police station.
The Police in Mahwelereng outside Mokopane are investigating a case of missing person after a 20-year-old man, Precious Ratanang Molalatladi of Sekgakgapeng village, allegedly disappeared from his home on Wednesday, 04 September 2019 at about 17:00.
At the time of his disappearance, he was wearing long khaki trousers, blue striped jacket and black tekkies.
The Police search operation was conducted at his friends, relatives and the surrounding areas without success.
The police are pleading with members of the community with any information about this man’s whereabouts, to contact Detective Warrant Officer Mashita at 076 939 4849 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111 or the nearest police station.
Walmer Detectives are seeking the community’s assistance in tracing a 52-year-old woman who went missing on Sunday, 08 September 2019.
According to police information, Anneke Gouws is residing at Port Elizabeth Mental Health in Union Road, Walmer. She attended church in Albert Road, Walmer with a group of people and was seen walking out. Ms Gouws was wearing a green hoodie top, mustard coloured shirt with a black jeans and white tekkies. It is alleged that she was last seen at 5 Ways Spar on Sunday afternoon.
Police visited hospitals in the area in an attempt to trace her.
Police is appealing to anyone who can assist in locating Ms Gouws to urgently contact D/Cst Unathi Sneli on 0415811496 or Crime Stop 08600 10111 or their nearest police station.