In the search for missing Western Cape female; Meghan Cremer; investigator Noel Pratten has joined the investigation team.
“At this point I can’t comment, because the investigation is at a high state, we have some things we are working with.”
Investigator Noel Pratten
Family and friends are calling onto the public for help
Cremer’s friend; Jennifer Keevey took to Facebook with her plea for any financial assistance to be sent directly to their Go Fund Me page, in attempts further aid the investigation and costs for the family.
“Meghan Cremer is still missing and her family and friends are doing everything they can to help find her. The family has no idea of the costs involved as of yet.
Private investigator etc. Alex has started an initiative to help Paul Cremer and his family with the costs involved in the ongoing investigation. Please share this and support if able to.”
Meghan Cremer’s description:
The Phillipi police are searching for 30-year-old Cremer, who went missing on Saturday, 3 August 2019. Meghan is of slender built, 1.67 meters tall with long hazel brown hair; she was last seen wearing a green top and black tracksuit pants.
What is the last known location of Meghan Cremer?
The circumstances of her disappearance are still to be collated, but it is said that she was last seen on the 3 August 2019 at 18:00, when she left Rietvlei, her home where she stays with a friend.
Cremer was behind the wheel, driving a white Toyota Auris CX 29727, which the tracker is still unknown. It is also alleged her car was seen at a roadblock with a stranger driving, the Wynberg SAPS verified that nobody was arrested in the vehicle.
The police are urging the public to participate and come forward with any information known. Paul Cremer also requested on Facebook for any information regarding his sister to be brought forward.
The police are calling the public for help
If you have information contact please contact the following people:
- Philippi police head detectives captain – Manuel: 021-690 1500 or 021-690 1504
- Pink Ladies Organisation 072 214 7439 or 083 378 4882 or 08600 10111
- Lieutenant Gavin Sias on 082 469 7243 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.
Any person who can assist to trace her is kindly requested to contact the police. There is no waiting period to report a person missing.