Hanover Park residents not giving up on missing Sasha-Lee

The community has rallied since her disappearance and conducted day and night search operations.

Police and neighbourhood watch search an area in Hanover Park for clues following Sasha-Lee’s disappearance. Picture: Thomas Holder/EWN

CAPE TOWN - The Hanover Park Community says it won't give up in their search for a missing six-year-old girl.

Sasha-Lee November was reported missing on Sunday.

The Hanover Park Civic Association's Igshaan Nazier said, "The latest is that we went searching all night, we still come up with a dead end and up to now nothing."

Today search for a missing six-year-old has entered its sixth day.

The community has rallied since her disappearance and conducted day and night search operations with police members.

Nazier said, "There are no clues we are still searching."

November's family on Thursday pleaded for anyone with information about her whereabouts to come forward.

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The child's mother, Sandra November, made a desperate plea, "Anyone out there who knows anything, saw anything, I beg you please bring her back."

The missing girl's sister, Jasmine Harris, said she still has not come to terms with what has happened.

"It's so difficult for me to come to terms that she is gone now, I am so hopeless."