Women drugged, raped at Gauteng house for 4 days

The victims say they were taken to a house with high walls where they were raped by different men.

 The man in the photo is being sought by police to assist in the investigation.

Police are investigating the rape and abduction of three woman who claim they were held at a house somewhere between Johannesburg and Sebokeng, where they were injected with an unknown substance and raped for four days by different men.

Police spokesperson Captain Fikile Funda says the incident allegedly happened in January and was reported on January 14.  The Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences unit in Vereeniging has revealed details about the case in a bid to track down a man that might be able to help with their investigation.

The victim alleges that she and two women were at the MTN taxi rank in Johannesburg to get a taxi to Sebokeng when they were offered a lift by four men in a white Quantum taxi.

“According to the victim, the taxi took an unusual route to Sebokeng. It arrived at a house with high walls. On arrival, the victims were injected with a substance that rendered them unconscious and they were raped for four days by different men.

“On Friday January 14, the women were dropped off in Vereeniging in a red VW sedan and they reported the matter to the police.”

Funda says the victim alleges that three of the suspects were speaking a foreign language with what sounded to them like a Nigerian accent.

“One suspect has a cross mark on his face, the second suspect has half blond dreadlocks while the third suspect has a cut over his right eye and a Raf 3 (prison gang) tattoo on his left leg.

“The fourth suspect was described as muscular and could be heard speaking Sesotho fluently.”

Police have now released an identikit of a man that might be able to assist them with their investigation.

Anyone who recognises the man or knows his whereabouts can contact Sergeant Macarty 072 040 1042, call the nearest police station or crime stop on toll free number 08600 10111.

Alternatively, members of the community can leave an anonymous tip-off on the MYSAPS App which can be downloaded on smartphones.

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