A George woman from Delville Park was still on Sunday afternoon missing.
THE WOMAN WAS LAST SEEN ON THURSDAY
According to report by the George Herald Jo-Anne Lourens (57) left her daughter’s house on the R404 farm road in Geelhoutboom around noon on Thursday, and headed towards the airport intersection.
Jessica Hapgood-Strickland, her daughter, was reportedly sleeping at the time.
She said her husband saw her mother driving off in the direction of the airport. She was driving a white Chevrolet Aveo 2006 model. The car has a CAW numberplate with a holographic dragonfly sticker and navy blue cross that says ‘Jesus se karretjie’ on the back. Jo-Anne only has half a tank of fuel.
“A case has been opened with the George Police. Any help to find my mom is welcome at this stage.”
Contact Jessica at 060 349 9881.
WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU HAVE A MISSING LOVED ONE:
When a person goes missing, it is of the utmost importance for the SAPS to fulfill our mandate to serve and protect the citizens of South Africa. It is essential to take steps and start the investigation into a missing person’s case immediately.
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You can assist the SAPS when reporting a missing person by following these steps:
- THERE IS NO WAITING PERIOD TO REPORT A MISSING PERSON!
- Produce a recent photograph of the missing person, if possible.
- Give a complete description of the missing person’s last whereabouts, clothes that they were wearing, as well as any information that can assist the investigating officer.
- Complete and sign a SAPS 55(A) form. This form safeguards the SAPS from hoax reports and indemnifies the SAPS to distribute the photograph and information of the missing person.
- Obtain the investigating officer’s contact details, and send any additional information that might become available.
- If a missing person is found or returns voluntarily, inform the investigating officer immediately. A SAPS 92 form must be completed to inform the Bureau of Missing Persons that the missing person’s report can be removed from the circulation system.