Reward for missing mom



July 13, 2017
Reward for missing mom

NO NEW LEADS: Raymonde Boltman still sought

A R50 000 reward is being offered for information which will help find a missing mother. Raymonde Boltman, 23, mysteriously disappeared on 20 April 2016, while waiting for her Elsies River bus at 5.25am at Clocktower bus stop in Lentegeur, Mitchells

The young mom was last seen by her own mother, who dropped her off at the bus stop.

Reports from fellow commuters are that Raymonde never boarded the bus.

Raymonde worked at a plastic factory in Elsies River and has a one-year-old toddler.

Last year Raymonde’s family raised R10 000 as a reward for information about her whereabouts but there was no success.

This has now been upped to R50 000, thanks to an anonymous donor, says Raymonde’s sister, Roldephia Boltman, 31.

Roldephia tells the Daily Voice the money was donated anonymously, on condition that the information provided led to the young mother being found.

“We are trying to keep it together, some days are very tough,” she says.

“Her baby is a year old now. At the moment there are no new leads.

“The money was donated by an anonymous person but the reward will only be paid if the information leads to Raymonde being found,” she adds.

Roldelphia previously described her sister as a being a hardworking mother who would never leave her child.

Raymonde was dressed in a blue denim jeans, red and grey checked shirt and tan boots when she went missing.

If you can assist police, please call Detective Rynevelt at the Lentegeur Police Station on 083 648 6239.

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