Missing businessman’s burned-out car found on Hennops road

    Anti-crime activist and family spokesperson Yusuf Abramjee said on Sunday morning that Carrim disappeared at around 17:45 on Thursday. He was on his way home. The father of five sons is the owner of Home Hyper City in Pretoria.

    Abramjee said the family got worried when he never returned home. His cellphone was also off at the time. They found his spectacles in Radiokop and suspect that he was taken there first.

    His burnt Mercedes C300 was found near the R511 outside Atteridgeville on Friday.

    Omar left Home Hyper in Pretorius Street at 5:50pm on the afternoon of 3 August driving his Mercedes Benz E30 reg DD63JD GP. He was wearing a navy blue jersey and grey trousers.

    “The motive is still unclear, but clearly it wasn’t hijacking, otherwise they would have just taken the vehicle,” Abramjee said.

    He added that the family is very distraught, but thanked the community for their support.

    Please call Yusuf Abramjee on 082 4414 203 who is also speaking on behalf of the family or the Police’s Crime Stop on 08600 10111.
    Yusuf has been in touch with the police leadership and Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has been briefed and is on top of the case.
    Deon van Huizen

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