Police yet to make arrests after 4 killed in EC mob attack

The victims were allegedly accused of being linked to stock theft.

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CAPE TOWN - Police say arrests have yet to be made following a mob attack in Libode in the Eastern Cape in which four men were killed.

The victims' bodies were found dumped earlier this week. They had been stabbed to death.

The victims were allegedly accused of being linked to stock theft.

The police's Mzukisi Fatyela says they're issuing a stern warning to communities that mob attacks won't be tolerated.

“We strongly believe that these people are accused of stock thieving and the mob killings, as you can see. But as of now, the police are out looking for the killer of those people. We have not yet arrested, but we’re going to arrest soon.”