The search for a missing Southern Cape girl is set to resume on Tuesday morning.
Exactly a week ago, the six-year-old child went missing with her mother and two-year-old brother.
They were last seen alive at the Voëlklip lookout point near Herolds Bay.
The bodies of 35-year-old Heidi Scheepers and her two-year-old son were retrieved from the waters after police spotted the chassis of their VW Kombi in the ocean below the cliff.
Adverse weather conditions hampered search efforts at sea on Monday, but the police’s Captain Malcolm Poje said they would resume their search on Tuesday.
“We’re still patrolling the area. If the weather permits, we will resume the search for the missing six-year-old girl”.
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