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Public give ‘info’ where police can find Vicky Momberg


The convicted racist has been on the run after she failed to hand herself over.

Cape Town – South Africans have been speculating on the whereabouts of convicted racist Vicki Momberg after police confirmed that she was on the run. 

It is believed that Momberg has been eluding the authorities since a warrant for her arrest was issued on August 1. Earlier this year, Momberg was unsuccessful in her bid to appeal a crimen injuria conviction and two-year jail sentence which was handed down in August last year.

According to police Momberg failed to hand herself over to hand herself over to police within 30 days of the appeal judgment to begin serving her sentence. 

Momberg was found guilty of four counts of crimen injuria on November 3 last year for calling a black police officer the k-word 48 times when he came to her aid following a smash-and-grab incident. The incident was caught on camera and grabbed headlines nationally.

Here are some suggestions from Twitter users on where authorities should be looking for Momberg:

The SAPS must invade ORANIA , that’s the only place Vicki Momberg would run to.pic.twitter.com/ORNcmtUxS6

— Pauline 🇿🇦 Kübra🇹🇷 O’Shabba (@Pauline_RSA)November 4, 2019

Vicki Momberg is in Australiapic.twitter.com/ZbeAFFabvN

— Ganga Magangane (@GangaMagangane)November 4, 2019

Vicki Momberg will be found at DA’s nearest offices, thanks you.

— Mother of the unknown (@King_Merari)November 4, 2019

It’s almost lunch time. Keep your eyes open at every Tashas in Joburg, Vicki Momberg will pop up eventually.

— Muchi4TheKids (@Sipho_Says)November 4, 2019

Where do you think Vicki Momberg is? Something tells me she’s in Paulshof.

— Jr. (@Kutzov)November 4, 2019

Vicki Momberg seen shopping on Kensington High Street this morning.

— paul kerton (@thepaulkerton)November 4, 2019


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