Shireen Essop, a missing woman, has been discovered alive and well, according to her brother Hamied.
Hamied said Shireen was discovered by the Klipfontein Neighbourhood Watch at the Klipfontein Mission Station in Cape Town, South Africa, after midnight last night.
Shireen went missing on May 23 after being allegedly kidnapped. She was last seen traveling down Weltevreden Road in a white Toyota car.
According to her family, she managed to call her mother and brothers on the day she went missing, but despite giving chase right away, only her abandoned car was discovered.
Her relieved family released a statement regarding her safe return this morning.
Who Was Capetonian Shireen Essop?
Shireen Essop was a lady who went missing on May 23.
The SAPS is currently investigating the circumstances surrounding Essop’s disappearance, according to Western Cape MEC for Community Safety Reagan Allen.
Reagan made a specific mention of the neighborhood watch group that was instrumental in locating Essop.
According to EWN, the MEC stated that they would urgently contact the neighborhood watch to have them properly recognized by registering with the department.
What Happned To Shireen Essop? Health Update
On Monday, May 23, Shireen Essop was last seen driving along Weltevreden Road in Mitchells Plain. Her ad for a missing individual has gone viral on social media.
Shireen Essop was last seen driving her vehicle around 14:00, wearing a mustard-colored top and black jeans. Her white Toyota and some of her items have since been found. Essop, on the other hand, has yet to be discovered.
According to a report in the Cape Times, the Western Cape Task Team and the Kidnapping Unit are looking into the case.
Learn More About Shireen Essop Age & Bio
Shireen Essop is 32 years old, and her date of birth is yet to be revealed on the internet.
Missing Children South Africa records between 60 and 90 missing person cases per month, according to reports (MCSA). According to the organization’s statement, a two-month-old baby was abducted from her pram at a retail establishment. Bishop Lavis, Cape Town, was the scene of the incident.
Missing Children South Africa’s Bianca Van Aswegan advised that individuals report missing person cases as soon as possible. Van Aswegan indicated that a person could be human trafficked to another country in as little as 48 hours.
She went on to say that reporting a case does not have to take 24 hours. Instead, the sooner a claim is written, the sooner it can be investigated. She went on to say that this is especially true in cases of missing children.