The corpse of a missing woman was found after four days she disappeared last Monday . Her car was also found abandoned in a place called Ingogo located in Newcastle.
According to the source, the family is pointing finger to her husband
Cynthia Mtshall 61, from Abor Park in Newcastle, Kwazulu Natal ,took her pension in her duties as a teacher on May 2022 and received R.7million having served at the Department of Education from 1993 to 2022.
The source revealed that Mrs Mtshali didn’t return home after she went to deposit church’s money in a bank as the treasurer of her church.
A family member, who is also the younger brother of the deceased, Sbongiseni Mtshali told the source that, on their confusion of the deceased whereabouts, they received a call from the police informing them that the deceased car was found at Ngogo. He added that, when they go to the place the car was abandoned, they found her cellphones but her bag was missing, thereby suspected the husband of the deceased to have a hand in the death of the late teacher.
‘’ My sister was working at Nquthu and she took her pension of R2.7 million , but the way my sister was broke , it was surprising . If I questioned her about the money , she was telling me that the money is going to be available soon. She was just borrowing money from me. I suspect that her husband took all the money and go as he is not reachable through the phone if we try to contact him, Sboniso said.
He went on saying the pastor went to check his residence but he had vacated the house and his neighbours told him that it has been over two weeks he was sighted as he’s no longer living in the area.
Police Spokesperson in KwaZulu Natal, Constable Thenjiswa Ngcobo told the source that the murder case has been opened and police are working tirelessly to arrest the suspect.
Source: Ilanga Newspaper
KwaZulu Natal , Constable Thenjiswa Ngcobo told the source that the murder has been opened and police are working tirelessly to arrest the suspect.