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Grandmother Discovers Rape Of 11-Year-Old Granddaughter Recorded On Her Cellphone

The incident was immediately reported to the police, and a case has been opened. Preliminary investigations have revealed that the video capturing the rape was recorded using the grandmother's phone.

In a disturbing incident in Limpopo, a grandmother made a shocking discovery when she found a distressing video on her cellphone depicting the rape of her 11-year-old granddaughter.

The incident took place on February 25 at around 8 pm in the Mopani District. According to police reports, the victim had attended a church service with her grandmother but returned home earlier in the day without her grandmother.

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When the grandmother returned home in the afternoon, she realised that the child was not there and left to take care of errands. It was only three days later that the harrowing truth came to light.

The grandmother was deeply shocked to find her granddaughter watching a video that showed her own rape by an unknown perpetrator. The victim then disclosed to her grandmother that she had been raped while asleep at home on the day she returned from church.

The incident was immediately reported to the police, and a case has been opened. Preliminary investigations have revealed that the video capturing the rape was recorded using the grandmother’s phone.

However, the circumstances surrounding the recording remain unclear, prompting ongoing inquiries into the matter.

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The Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Thembi Hadebe, has condemned the incident. The police are appealing to anyone with information that can lead to the arrest of the suspect to come forward.

If you have any information, please contact Investigating Officer Sergeant Maropeng Mashapa on 083 503 9325 or the Crime Stop number on 08600 10111. You can also reach out to the nearest police station or use the MySAPSApp.

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Keitumetse Modise for SurgeZirc SA
Keitumetse Modise for SurgeZirc SA
Keitumetse Modise is a passionate and dedicated local news writer who brings the latest news and updates from your community straight to your doorstep. With years of experience in journalism, Keitumetse has established herself as a reliable source of information, covering a wide range of topics that matter to you.
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