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Cape family seeks answers after murder

The family of a murdered teenage mother and her young daughter said they would like justice.

Cape Town
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CAPE TOWN - The family of a teenage mother and her young daughter, whose bodies were found in Atlantis in April, said they want justice.

They want the investigation into the death of 18-year-old Marshay Louw and her 15-month-old toddler Tatum to be moved to a different police station.

Ward councillor Barbara Ras, who has been speaking for the family, said Atlantis police have not given clarity on their investigation.

Ras said she has been promised a meeting with police this week.

She said the family were entitled to know what the investigation found.

“Questions that haunt the family was where they were killed…and cause of death. They claimed they got no information from the police about that."

Meanwhile, the police's Frederick van Wyk said the investigation was a lengthy one.

“The motive for the death is yet to be determined. No suspects were arrested. The Atlantis police will keep the family informed about the progression of the case.”

(Edited by Lisa Bartlett)

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