'Reward for missing Sasha-Lee November attracting con artists'
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille offered a R25,000 reward for any information which could help authorities.
CAPE TOWN - The Pink Ladies organisation says the City of Cape Town's reward money for a missing girl is attracting con-artists.
R25,000 is on offer for any concrete information that could help authorities in their search for 6-year-old Sasha-Lee November.
She's been missing for more than 10 days.
Dessie Rechner of NGO Pink Ladies, says they have to follow every lead, even though some come to nothing.
"It's an on-going investigation. With the reward being offered changes the ball game because it's bringing out even the con artists and every other person who's after just that."
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille offered the reward for any information which could help authorities.
Six-year-old Sasha-Lee has been missing for over a week.
She was last seen playing near her Groenel Walk home.
The City of Cape Town's, Zara Nicholson said, "The mayor would like to express her support and her heart goes out to the mother of this little girl and the family and we would like to add to the appeal for anyone to come forward with her whereabouts."
The Hanover Park community last week rallied conducted day and night search operations with police members to find the missing girl.
The search continues.
The girl's parents also appealed for her safe return.