KWAZULU-NATAL – Wentworth police are appealing for assistance to locate the relatives of Patrick Jokwa (34). He was found along the N2 Freeway north bound in Jacobs during October 2019. It is presumed that an unknown vehicle struck him. He was wearing an orange Transnet jacket when he was found. An inquest is being investigated by Wentworth police station.
Anyone who can assist in locating his family or relatives is requested to contact the investigating officer Detective Warrant Officer Thompson on 031 4516 214 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.
Source: South African Police Service
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