HELP family find MISSING biker!

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Missing biker Wonder Hleza was part of the group of bikers that donated food to Langa fire victims two days before he went missing.
Missing biker Wonder Hleza was part of the group of bikers that donated food to Langa fire victims two days before he went missing.

The family of the missing Cape Town biker, Wonderboy, aka Wonderboy, Hleza, is asking Mzansi for help to find him. Hleza went missing on Tuesday 26 April.

He left his house in Brackenfell in the morning on his way to Worcester where he had gone to get a temporary ID after it was stolen the previous day, together with his wallet.

A family spokesman, Thula Ntuli, said Wonder chose to go to Worcester to avoid long queues at Home Affairs offices in Cape Town.

Thula said the family is stressing since Tuesday as they do  not know what to do. 

He said Wonder was supposed to have returned home earlier as he was supposed to fetch his child from the creche but when he didn't return panic set in.

"We don't know if he is alive or not, we have gone to all clinics and police stations along the route he rode his bike to and from Worcester but he was nowhere to be found. On the day he went missing, we went out as bikers to search for him all the way from Cape Town to Worcester but didn't find anything," he said.

Ntuli said using the bikers app, Wonder's phone was last tracked in Durbanville which he suspects that's where it switched off.

Wonder's wife said her husband is not a person who doesn't communicate and when he went quite she knew something was wrong.

Wonder is a member of a group of bikers who donated food and clothes to Langa fire victims two days before he went missing.

Police spokesman Sergeant Wesley Twigg confirmed the incident.

"Brackenfell police are seeking the assistance of the public to locate 51-year-old Wonderboy Hleza. He was last seen leaving his residence in Sonkring, Brackenfell, on Tuesday, 26 April and have not been seen since.

"Wonderboy is 1,8m in length, is bald, has a grey beard and brown eyes. At the time of his disappearance, he was wearing a black riding jacket, black trousers, black motorbike gloves, black and white motorbike helmet and a red-and-yellow lucky star buff. He has stitching scares on his hands and legs," said Twigg.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the investigating officer Detective Sergeant Mervyn Bezuidenhout on 079 505 6171/021 983 1968 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111
 


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