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DURBAN - 26 September 2014 - The axe that was used by former Blue Bulls rugby player Phindile Joseph Ntshongwana to kill his four victims along with bloodied tekkies became crucial evidence in his trial. The loose tocap, seen in front of the tekkies here, became crucial evidence in linking him to the fourth murder, to which there were no witnesses. The tekkies (less toe cap) were found in a dog kennel at Ntshongwana's homes. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP

DURBAN - 26 September 2014 - The axe that was used by former Blue Bulls rugby player Phindile Joseph Ntshongwana to kill his four victims along with bloodied tekkies became crucial evidence in his trial. The loose tocap, seen in front of the tekkies here, became crucial evidence in linking him to the fourth murder, to which there were no witnesses. The tekkies (less toe cap) were found in a dog kennel at Ntshongwana's homes. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP

Credit: Allied Picture Press/APP
Date: 26 Sep 2014
City/Location: Durban
Country: South Africa
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