Four Bangladeshi businessmen go missing


A missing person’s file had been opened after four Bangladeshi businessmen went missing on Tuesday 25 August 2020 after leaving Windburg for Welkom to buy stock.

Another businessman, Mahommed Abdul Haque, reported the four men missing. One of them is his brother, who resided with him at 32 Victoria Street in Winburg.

According to police spokesperson, Colonel Thandi Mbambo, it was reported that the four men, Mukit Rasel Abdul, Khurseed Alam Noakhali, Sindur Hossain Noakhali and Moshim Mahommed, left Winburg in a white Honda with Lesotho registration number RY708.

“They allegedly had R70 000 in cash with them. They never reached their destination and were reported missing along with the vehicle they were travelling in,” said Mbambo.

On the day of their disappearance Mukit (37), with a medium built body, medium length black hair and a fair skin complexion, was wearing round glasses, a white pair of trousers, white shoes, an orange T-shirt and a cap. Khurseed (33) has a plump body, frizzy black hair and also wore glasses and a blue pair of jeans.

Sindur has a plump body and black short hair. He was wearing a brown jacket and a blue pair of jeans. Moshim (35) was wearing a black pair of trousers and a brown jacket, he is of average built at about 1.7 metres tall, and has short black hair with a brown skin complexion.

The investigating officer in the case, Warrant Officer Sanette Smit of the Winburg SAPS Detective Service, requestws the community to assist in the search for the missing men. Any person who has information may contact her on 082 301 9668 or 051 881 8304 during office hours.

Pierce van Heerden