African police say,86 year old nun murdered may have been raped 


APRIL 23,Cape Town: Police in South Africa were on Thursday exploring whether a 86-year-old nun of Austria discovered killed had likewise been assaulted.The body of Sister Getrud Tiefebacher from the Sacred Heart Home Convent in the town of Ixopo, southwest of Durban, was found in her room on Saturday.She had been choked with a towel and her hands were tied with an electric wire,according to Police.”It is additionally suspected that the victimized person was raped before she was murdered,” an announcement said.An undisclosed measure of foreign cash was theft from Tiefebacher`s room.The murdering has stunned the little town, which is the setting for Alan Paton`s acclaimed novel Cry the Beloved Country.”Police have not made any captures regarding the incident. The inquiry is progressing,” police representative Thulani Zwane said.Zwane said Tiefebacher came to South Africa 50 years prior and had invested all her energy working for the Roman Catholic Church.Territorial police magistrate Mmamonnye Ngobeni depicted the homicide as “primitive”, asking the group to help police capture the suspect.Rape is common crime in South Africa, with 662,649 cases reported in 2013/14, as per authority crime insights.

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