Excavation for missing girl in Gert Van Rooyen case
Wednesday, 14 June 2017, 16:26
Photo: Zululand Observer
NATIONAL NEWS & VIDEO - ‘I have hope – but I am a realist.’
These are the words of Natasha Boucher (43), eldest sister of one of the six girls who went missing nearly 30 years ago, believed to have been abducted by the infamous paedophile Gert Van Rooyen.
She was speaking to the from Blythedale Beach on Wednesday afternoon, where forensic officers were excavating a sand dune outfall pipeline where, new information suggests, at least one of the girl’s bodies may lie buried.