A concerned Wesbank ward councillor said that authorities were remaining tight-lipped about the investigation into the killing of two infants in the area.
Police found two babies in a fridge at a house in Wesbank last week after receiving a tip-off from the property’s owner.
Shortly after, a 35-year-old woman was taken in for questioning.
Police have not confirmed if the woman was charged or not.
Ward councillor Ebrahim Sawant said he had scheduled a meeting with police for an urgent update.
“We’re trying to get more information but they’re not forthcoming. I’ve requested a meeting as we in leadership in the community need to know what is happening.”
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