Western Cape Police Detectives are questioning four people in connection with the disappearance of Joslin Smith from Saldanha Bay.

It’s been more than two weeks since the young girl vanished from the West Coast town.

The grade 1 pupil went missing, while in the care of her mother’s boyfriend in February.

Over the weekend, bloodstained clothing items, which were found in a field about a kilometre away from where Joslin lived with her mother, were sent for forensic testing.

Police spokesperson, Brigadier Novela Potelwa, says as the investigation progresses, arrests are expected soon.

“The investigation saw the team of detectives visiting several places within the West Coast town and interviewing several other persons. It is envisaged that as the investigation unfolds light will be shed as to her whereabouts or what happened to her. The four persons being interviewed by the team of investigators are two men and two women aged between 26 and 34. With the investigation gaining momentum arrests are on the cards”.

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