Meghan Cremer Bio
Meghan Cremer is a horse rider from Knysna, South Africa. Meghan left her home on Vaderlansche Rietvlei farm in Ottery, where she keeps horses, by car around 6 pm on Saturday, according to CCTV footage. She has not been seen since.
Meghan Cremer Missing
At the time of her disappearance, she was wearing a green top and black tracksuit pants and driving her white Toyota Auris with registration number CX29727.
On a Missing Children SA poster, it was stated that her car was seen at a roadblock in Wynberg, driven by a stranger.
RT #sapsWC Philippi police appeal for public assistance in tracing #missing Meghan Cremer aged 30, last seen leaving her house on a Philippi farm on 03/08. Anyone with info on her whereabouts to contact Lt Col Gavin Sias on 082 469 7243 or #CrimeStop. MLhttps://t.co/PUUxTZLPOh pic.twitter.com/WBVhnewfcr
— SA Police Service (@SAPoliceService) August 5, 2019
Police did not respond to questions about whether police had stopped the vehicle at a roadblock. They also did not say what had been done so far with the investigation.
Meghan Cremer Age
She is 30 years old.
Meghan Cremer Height
Cremer, from Knysna, is 1.67m tall.
Meghan Cremer Eyes Color
She has blue eyes
Meghan Cremer Hair
She has long hazel brown hair.
Meghan Cremer Family
Investigator Noel Pratten said the Cremer family was taking “terrible strain”.
Meghan’s brother, Paul Cremer, who works with her at Woodstock Bakery, shared images on Facebook of her white Toyota Auris, registration number CX29727, alongside a link to a GoFundMe account that has been set up to help the family with the mounting costs of the investigation.
Meghan Cremer Search Operation
— Gerard Ralphs (@GerardRalphs) August 4, 2019
The family of 30-year-old horse rider Meghan Cremer has appealed for help after she disappeared over the weekend.
The Phillipi police are searching for 30-year-old Cremer, who went missing on Saturday, 3 August 2019. Meghan is of slender built, 1.67 meters tall with long hazel brown hair; she was last seen wearing a green top and black tracksuit pants.
A private investigator has joined the hunt for missing Megan Cremer, as day three of the search for the 30-year-old continues in Cape Town.
Peoples Reactions and Prayers for Meghan Cremer
‘We just want her home’: Search under way for missing Meghan Cremer #WhereIsMeghan ?
— Cape Town ? (@CapeTown) August 5, 2019
Cremer’s friend, Linda Mohr, who also lives on the farm, said Meghan was “snuggled up and ready for bed”, playing with her new dog, when they spoke by phone early on Saturday evening.
Mohr returned home later and found the dog outside and no trace of Cremer. Her mobile phone was switched off.
“She isn’t the type of person to go out at night, not even just to the shops,” she told TimesLIVE.
This is a nightmare. Please keep sharing. https://t.co/jTRrR81fMs
— Lize Hartley (@lizetheunicorn) August 5, 2019
Cremer is an avid horse-rider and studied microbiology at Rhodes University.
Pratten said a friend of Meghan’s saw her car being stopped at a roadblock in Wynberg, but it appeared to be driven by a stranger. The vehicle had not yet been reported stolen, so suspicions were not raised at the time.
Please help find Meghan Cremer missing from Southern Suburbs, Cape Town last night. Car seen with 3 unknown persons at Wynberg road block and could not be searched due to no search warrant! Please retweet and contact my sister below if you can help. pic.twitter.com/i50Y76i4AZ
— Kathleen Kotzen (@kathkot12) August 4, 2019
“We just want her home,” said Mohr.
A Pink Ladies flyer regarding Cremer has been widely shared online, with dozens of people praying for her safe return.
The organization helps to find missing people.
“I’m praying for her and your family, I hope she’s found safely,” wrote Sasha-Leigh Young on Facebook. “Have never met her but can’t stop thinking about her. Am alert on the road as I drive a lot. Sending all the love and prayers your way.”
Meghan Cremer Found Dead
The body of Meghan Cremer, who went missing over the weekend, has been found at a sand mine on a farm in Philippi, Cape Town.
Farm attacks in South Africa is a theme that @intellfusion have identified on our platform. This is the most recent case, the murder of Meghan Cremer. Afriforum who focus on the rights of Afrikaners claim that the crimes are driven by racial hatred, stirred up by politicians. pic.twitter.com/27bgj0tLjv
— Michael McCabe (@IntellFusionCEO) August 8, 2019
News24 reported that the 30-year-old horse rider was last seen leaving her place on a farm in Philippi at around 18:24 on Saturday, Western Cape police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Andrè Traut said.
She had not returned to the Vaderlandsche Rietvlei stables and did not pitch up for work.
On the evening of August 3, police arrested three men, aged 27, 34 and 35, for the illegal possession of a suspected stolen motor vehicle.
The suspects accused of being in possession of Meghan Cremer’s car appeared in court this am. A 3rd charge of murder was placed on all three. Here are the suspects:
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Traut confirmed, in a statement, that ”investigation brought to light that the car indeed belonged to the 30-year-old female reported as missing to local police.
Fast Facts You Need to Know
The police are calling the public for help
If you have information contact please contact the following people:
- Philippi police head detectives captain – Manuel: 021-690 1500 or 021-690 1504
- Pink Ladies Organisation 072 214 7439 or 083 378 4882 or 08600 10111
- Lieutenant Gavin Sias on 082 469 7243 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.
Any person who can assist to trace her is kindly requested to contact the police. There is no waiting period to report a person missing.