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Four Bangladeshi nationals have been missing for over a week after they left their home in a Free State town with the intention to buy stock for their businesses, according to the police.

The four men — Mukit Rasel Abdul, 37, Khurseed Alam Noakhali, 33, Sindur Hossain Noakhali and Moshim Mahommed, 35 — left Winburg on August 25 going to Welkom where they were to restock but never reached the gold mining town.

They were travelling in a white Honda vehicle (model unknown) with the Lesotho registration number RY708.

It is believed they had about R70 000 cash on them.

Mahommed Abdul Haque, a brother to one of the missing men, told the police when he made a missing persons report that the other three were friends to his brother.

Abdul is medium-built with medium-length black hair and a fair complexion. He was wearing round glasses, a white pair of trousers, white shoes, orange T-Shirt and a cap on the day he disappeared.

Khurseed Noakhali has a plump body, frizzy black hair and also wore glasses on the day. The only mentioned clothing he was wearing is a blue pair of jeans.

Sindur Noakhali is also plumpy and has black short hair. He was wearing a brown jacket and a blue pair of jeans.

Mahommed was wearing a black pair of trousers and a brown jacket, and is average built standing at about 1.7 metres tall. He has short black hair with no beard and is brown in complexion.

Khuseed Alam Noakhali
Sindur Hossain Noakhali
Moshim Mahommed

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