Gauteng police have arrested a woman in connection with stolen goods linked to the Krugersdorp gang rape case.
The accused, a former warrant officer who was based at the Krugersdorp police station, was allegedly found in possession of property that belongs to one of the rape victims.
Police say she appeared in the Krugersdorp Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday on charges of theft and defeating the ends of justice.
Eight women from a film crew, were gang raped, while shooting a music video at an abandoned mine dump in Westville Village.
In August, one of the Krugersdorp gang-rape survivors said she feels like they have been forgotten by society, as most of the focus is on the suspects and not on their pain.
“I know there have been arrests that have been made. But it’s like we are forgotten. It’s all about the arrests they have made and the numbers. No one is coming [to] check on the victims. How are you guys holding up, do you have food, what do you need? Mentally, I get anxious, I get palpitations and I don’t sleep at night. I have to be strong for my child.”
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT | Krugersdorp gang rape survivor speaks out: