Former footballer Mark Batchelor shot dead in Joburg

[BREAKING NEWS] Former footballer Mark Batchelor shot dead in Joburg

15.7.2019

[BREAKING NEWS] Former footballer Mark Batchelor shot dead in Joburg

Police Batchelor was shot by two men riding motorbikes as he was driving into his home in Olivedale, Johannesburg.

JOHANNESBURG - Police have confirmed that they are investigating a case of murder after the shooting of former footballer Mark Batchelor.

He was shot through the window of his car several times and died at the scene.

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