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Man found chopped to pieces
July 23 2010 at 11:49AM
By Bianca Williams
A small farming community is in shock after the body of a man was found with his head, arms and penis hacked off.
Police say farm workers came upon the mutilated body in a ditch on Linquenda Farm, outside Villiersdorp, at about 9am on Wednesday.
Villiersdorp Police Station Commander Lieutenant Colonel Adri Kriel said it was suspected that the body is that of Jakobus "Roman" Deez, 32, who went missing on July 3.
"Relatives of the missing man identified the body by the clothes that were found next to him, but we are waiting on the results of DNA tests to confirm the deceased's identity," said Kriel.
He explained that the body couldn't be positively identified because the head and both arms were hacked off and are still missing.
The man's upper body was also slit open and some of his intestines were removed and his penis was also cut off.
But despite the gruesome injuries, there was very little blood on the scene, leading police to believe that the deceased had been murdered somewhere else and then dumped in the ditch.
Jakobus's family believe that it is his body and are struggling to come to terms with his brutal death.
His wife Gillian Deez, 37, said she got the shock of her life when cops came to her door asking her whether she could identify the clothes that were found near the body.
She said that although she had reported her husband missing, when he didn't come home after police arrested him on July 3 for being drunk in public, she assumed that he found work on another farm and was going to return home soon.
"Last Friday was our seven-month anniversary and I thought he was going to come home that night to surprise me," she said.
She now hopes police will find her husband's missing body parts in time for his funeral next week.
Constance Deez, 45, said the thought of burying her brother without his head and other body parts is too much to bear.
"But I guess we just have to thank God that his body was found so that we don't have to keep wondering where he is," she added.
His daughter Jacqueline Andreas, 13, said she had had a feeling her dad was dead.
Anyone with information can contact Officer Hendrik Wilmot on 028 840 8000 or on 079 893 9915. - Daily Mail
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