JUST IN: SAPS issue warning after woman raped in Greenstone field

In July 2014, a mother issued a similar warning after her daughter was allegedly raped in the same field. This sign was placed in the field shortly after the warning was issued. It was removed on July 25, 2014.

The Edenvale SAPS has issued a warning for all women to be cautious when walking home.

A woman was pulled into a field and raped in the Greenstone area on Friday last week (February 17).

Acting Edenvale SAPS spokesperson, Sergeant Jacob Mashile, said the rape took place in the field along Aitken Road.

The woman was walking from Greenstone to her home in Edenvale when she was attacked.

In July 2014, a mother issued a similar warning after her daughter was allegedly raped in the same field.

On Friday, July 25, 2014 members of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Police Department’s (EMPD) bylaw enforcement unit removed three Rape Hot Spot signs at the intersection of Palliser and Aitken roads after they were deemed illegal.

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