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Windhoek teen goes missing

02/01/2018
by Staff Writer
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The Namibian Police Force in Windhoek is requesting the public to assist in tracing the whereabouts of Uendjizuva alias “Uendjii” Kamutindi (17-year-old) who went missing from Erf No. D249, Kimbodo Street, Otjomuise on the 22nd December 2017 at around 12:00.

Uendjizuva Kamutindi is an Otjiherero speaking person but she is also fluent in English. She is brown in complexion, average body build, and plaited short rasta with gold braids. 

Efforts by her relatives to trace her whereabouts proved futile.

Uendjizuva Kamutindi or anyone who has information regarding her whereabouts is requested to contact her parents Mr. Ludwig Kamutindi on 081 867 66687 or Ms. Liselothe Kapeotua on 081 603 8863.