WATCH| Joslin Smith’s mother admits that she was sold for human trafficking

Police have intensified their efforts in the investigation into six-year-old Joslin Smith’s disappearance. The child disappeared from Diazville in Saldanha Bay on the West Coast.

As part of the investigation, four people are were questioned by the detectives. The mother, boyfriend and a second woman were arrested last night for the child’s disappearance following a confession.

Joslin was allegedly sold for R20 000. She not been found and the search for her continues.

The suspects are expected to appear in court on Thursday .

Smith disappeared after being left in the care of her mother’s boyfriend at the Middlebos informal settlement on February 19.

Joslin Smith's disappearence

In an interview with Patriotic Alliance leader,Gayton McKenzie, Joslin’s mother  casually admited that her daughter was likely sold for human trafficking, she said this while enjoying her meal at spur.

The investigation into the child’s disappearance involved visits to various locations within the West Coast town and interviews with numerous individuals.

The search for Joslin has brought together a diverse group of stakeholders, including NGOs, community activists, police officials, neighborhood watches, and representatives from different levels of government, all united in the common goal of finding the missing girl.

Over the past days, they have tirelessly searched vast areas in Saldanha Bay in hopes of locating Joslin.

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