Police search for keys to solving Tlotso's murder

Solomon Mantswe and Perter Magosi PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Solomon Mantswe and Perter Magosi PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

LOBATSE: In a gruesome incident that left the whole nation reeling in shock, Lobatse residents are not convinced the remains initially discovered belong to the once missing Tlotso Karema.

On Friday morning residents of Lobatse flocked Peleng kgotla as the Directorate of Intelligence and Security's (DIS) Direct-General, Peter Magosi and Deputy Police Commissioner Operations, Solomon Mantswe held a meeting to update on the ongoing investigation of the Karema boy's murder.

It was a chaotic morning as the dejected residents could not pretend to be pleased with police investigations in the matter. The irritated residents could not contain their anger when being updated on the latest developments of the case by Mantswe shouting in protest and demanding answers.

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