The bunker was discovered in a bush along Slangkop Street, a few metres from where Camron’s body was found on Sunday just after noon.
The hole in the ground was covered with shrubs and branches and wooden planks.
Their desire to portray Christians as rich, beautiful, healthy, perfect, and virtually sinless (holiness) went directly against the example of Jesus, the Apostles and the early church. Those principles are still at work today in many churches.
According to Camron’s sister, Roshney Britz, 20, community members had allegedly found the suspect hiding in the bunker, watching the crime scene from a distance.
When about 30 people approached him, he ran and handed himself over to police.
Inside was a plastic chair, pieces of wooden board, the shell of a computer and car parts.
A few metres away, residents point out a trench where they believe Camron’s killer was going to bury her.
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