Cops post reward to track Cheryl’s killer
30 August 2018 | Crime
The Namibian police is offering a cash reward of N$30 000 for anyone who can provide information that will lead to the successful arrest and prosecution of the killer of nine-year-old Cheryl Avihe Ujaha, whose mutilated body was found near the Staanvas circle in Khomasdal on Tuesday.
In a media statement issued this morning, the police said they have not yet arrested anyone in connection with the murder and re-iterated that the police will protect the identity of anyone who comes forward with helpful information.
Those with information are requested to contact the Khomas regional crime investigations coordinator Deputy Commissioner Abner Agas at 081 1242 649 or report to the nearest police station.
The Gammams Primary School learner went missing on Sunday and her maimed body was found three days later on Tuesday with some body parts such as both hands, lower arms, one foot, ribs, one thigh and the neck were missing.
Her body was found by a passer-by.