Four arrested for ‘kidnapping and murder’ of Bangladeshi national in Vanderbijlpark

2022-01-20 01:19:00 AM

Four arrested for ‘kidnapping and murder’ of Bangladeshi national in Vanderbijlpark

Four arrested for ‘kidnapping and murder’ of Bangladeshi national in Vanderbijlpark

Gauteng police have arrested four foreign nationals who were allegedly behind the kidnapping and murder of a Bangladeshi national in December.

Image:123RF/thawornnurakGauteng police have arrested four foreign nationals who were allegedly behind the kidnapping and murder of a Bangladeshi man in December.Rezaul Amin Molla, 29, was abducted in Kwaggafontein and later found dead in Vanderbijlpark.

Police spokesperson Lt-Col Robert Netshiunda said a missing person case was opened when Molla went missing, but was changed to a kidnapping case when the captors contacted his family in Bangladesh and demanded a ransom.“Investigations led the team to a hospital in Komani (Queenstown), Eastern Cape, where two suspects were hospitalised. It is reported that they were assaulted by members of the community when they attempted to kidnap another person,” said Netshiunda.

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Four Bangladeshi nationals were arrested for the alleged kidnap and murder of a countryman.Reporter 19 January 2022 - 12:25 Four Bangladeshi nationals were arrested for the alleged kidnap and murder of a countryman.The 29-year-old victim was initially targeted at a salon before fleeing to the centre on Sunday evening.The high court in Johannesburg is hearing evidence in the trial of four police officers accused of his murder.

Stock photo. Image: 123RF/thawornnurak Gauteng police have arrested four foreign nationals who were allegedly behind the kidnapping and murder of a Bangladeshi man in December. Image: 123RF/thawornnurak Gauteng police have arrested four foreign nationals who were allegedly behind the kidnapping and murder of a Bangladeshi man in December. Rezaul Amin Molla, 29, was abducted in Kwaggafontein and later found dead in Vanderbijlpark. The complaint drove off while his friend ran into a nearby shopping centre. Police spokesperson Lt-Col Robert Netshiunda said a missing person case was opened when Molla went missing, but was changed to a kidnapping case when the captors contacted his family in Bangladesh and demanded a ransom. Police spokesperson Lt-Col Robert Netshiunda said a missing person case was opened when Molla went missing, but was changed to a kidnapping case when the captors contacted his family in Bangladesh and demanded a ransom. “Investigations led the team to a hospital in Komani (Queenstown), Eastern Cape, where two suspects were hospitalised. The four police officers charged with murder and attempted murder appeared in the Johannesburg high court on Tuesday for day two of their trial.

It is reported that they were assaulted by members of the community when they attempted to kidnap another person,” said Netshiunda. It is reported that they were assaulted by members of the community when they attempted to kidnap another person,” said Netshiunda.” A female staff member at the salon was injured and is recovering in hospital. “Mohammed Asrepur Rahman, 27, and Mohammed Sha Alamin, 26, have confessed to kidnapping Molla in Kwaggafontein and killing him in Bophelong, Vanderbijlpark.” Their two alleged accomplices were arrested in Bophelong and found in possession of the car that was allegedly used in Molla’s kidnapping.” Their two alleged accomplices were arrested in Bophelong and found in possession of the car that was allegedly used in Molla’s kidnapping. “Rahman and Alamin appeared in the Mkobola magistrate’s court on Tuesday and were remanded. Greg Bath, director of Berea Centre, said the man ran into the centre in an attempt to escape his attackers. Their case was postponed to January 25 for them to secure a legal representative. Their case was postponed to January 25 for them to secure a legal representative.  “Gasping is a danger sign.

“The other two suspects are appearing before the same court on Wednesday.” TimesLIVE .” TimesLIVE..