Jwaneng police are investigating two rape cases where a man reportedly locked up two minor sisters aged 8 and 11 inside his house last Monday and raped them one after the other before he released them the following day.
It is alleged that the little girls were sent by their 47-year-old mother to buy her some tobacco from the neighbouring tuck shop at the suspect’s place.
The matter was reported to the police on Tuesday evening after the girls returned home and the eldest informed their mother about their agonizing ordeal.
Jwaneng police station commander, Superintendent Thuso Basuti, confirmed to The Voice Online that they were still working on investigations and taking the girls for medical examinations.
“We received a report from Leesemane lands about 20-30 km away from Jwaneng town involving two minor girls aged 8 and 11, we are still on hunt for the suspect who is alleged to be a middle age man, also their neighbour. We took the two girls to the hospital for medical examinations and since they are minors, we have been advised that the younger girl requires a specialist based in Gaborone, Princess Marina Hospital and we have booked for her to see the specialist this week Thursday,” briefly explained the police officer.