Phahlane: Confessions secured in Deon Dumas murder
The 57-year-old Malmesbury warrant officer's body was found in an abandoned building in Witsand near Atlantis on Tuesday.
CAPE TOWN - Acting National Police Commissioner Khomotso Phahlane has revealed investigators probing the murder of Malmesbury policeman Deon Dumas have secured confessions.
The 57-year-old warrant officer's body was found in an abandoned building in Witsand near Atlantis on Tuesday.
Three accused, including a minor, have appeared in the Atlantis Magistrates Court.
Phahlane has lauded the swift action by investigators.
“We have secured confessions, which means they will be processed through the criminal justice system of our country and we hope justice will be served.”
(Edited by Shimoney Regter)