Bones of two legs wash up on Cape beach… and they were still wearing boots

11 November 2016 - 19:13 By ARON HYMAN


The bones of two legs, which were still wearing boots, washed up on a beach in Gordons Bay on Friday afternoon. And a body washed up on another beach in the Western Cape town. A source said the body had wounds, which could indicate that the person was killed on shore and that it was a "body dump".Police spokesperson Constable Noloyiso Rwexana said: "An inquest case has been opened for investigation. DNA tests will be conducted to determine identity."ER24 spokesman Russel Meiring said paramedicswere called to the Gordons Bay Main beach, where they found the first dismembered leg."A short time later‚ ER24 paramedics were called to Bikini Beach in Gordons Bay for another incident. Upon arrival‚ paramedics found that the body of a male had washed ashore. It was evident to paramedics that this man had been dead for some time."Once paramedics had completed on Bikini Beach‚ they were called once again to Gordons Bay Main Beach. On arrival‚ paramedics found a second limb."

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