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Albertinia bids farewell to 2 murdered girls

Neelam Rahim | neelam@radioislam.co.za

1 min read | 13:39 pm CAT

Just over a week after discovering their bodies in a shack in Albertinia, Sharon Arries and Jacorene Vaaltyn are laid to rest on Sunday.

Residents within the small Western Cape Town of Albertinia will gather on Sunday to bid a final farewell to 2 young girls who were murdered.

Sunday’s funeral follows several memorial services held within the past week.

Just over a week ago, the bodies of Sharon Arries and Jacorene Vaaltyn were discovered in a shack.

The little girls were nine and ten years old.

Police have arrested a suspect in their deaths. Their alleged killer – a 53- year-old Theronville resident, abandoned his bail bid when he appeared in court this past week.

Sharon and Jacorene are two of 4 children found murdered within the Western Cape within a space of 5 days.

On Monday, the body of a 10-year-old boy was discovered among bushes along Weltevreden road in Philippi.

At the same time, four-year-old Tamia Botha’s body was found on a school field in Paarl East after her mother reported missing the previous day.

Botha will be laid to rest on Friday.

Source: EWN

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