Nicolene Hamann’s burnt body found at dump site
Ncolene Hamman (34)
HARDING – A murder hunt is under way after the charred remains of a woman’s body was found at the Harding refuse dump in South Africa on Friday the 05th September 2014.
“The body, which was burnt beyond recognition, is believed to be that of Harding resident Nicolene Hamann (34) who has been missing since the night of July 20,” said police spokesman, Lieutenant-Colonel Zandra Wiid. She added that DNA tests will be carried out to confirm the identity of the deceased.
Nicolene Hamann went missing on the 20th July 2014. Her husband, Ebbi Hamann, acting on information that Nicolene Hamann was seen in the Uvongo area, has been searching the coastline every day for her. Nicolene Hamann’s three children were missing their mother very much.
The Hibiscus Coast Seconds Community were all hoping for the safe return of Nicolene Hamann and are deeply saddened by the latest news. “We would like to offer our most sincere condolences to the bereaved and thank everybody for their assistance in this matter.”
No arrests have been made and investigations continue.
Source: South Coast Herald