Two minor girls remain missing in Kunene

06 Nov 2017 17:40pm
WINDHOEK, 06 NOV (NAMPA) – Two minors girls who went missing in the Kunene Region last Monday, still have not been found.
Crime Investigations Coordinator of the Namibian Police Force, Deputy Commissioner Rudolf Kanyetu told Nampa on Monday the search continues for Kangombe Kangombe, 4, and 5-year-old Uahindua Kangombe.
They were reported missing on Monday last week in the area of Okongoro village in the Werda policing area.
According to Kanyetu, the children were allegedly sent to get horses from the field but never returned.
Earlier this year, a 4-year-old girl went missing for a day while herding goats at the Ohamaremba village in the Epupa Constituency.
Late last year, a 3-year-old boy went missing from home at the Okovingava village on the outskirts of Opuwo. He was found two days later after he had covered a distance of 25 kilometres wandering in the forest.
In another case, three minors drowned in a pond at the Omao village in the Opuwo Rural Constituency towards the end of 2016 after initially disappearing.
(NAMPA)
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