According to Station Commander Superitandant Kenanao Badumetse, the incident happened around three in the morning.
“The old woman’s door does not have a lock and she uses a brick to support it. The suspect just pushed it to gain entry,” he said.
Badumetse said that after getting inside the house, the culprit threatened the victim with a knife before raping her.
He said that the victim could not tell if protection was used or not. After the act, the granny called for help and neighbours who came to help failed to trace the footprints further.
Meanwhile Badumetse revealed that 104 rape cases have been reported in Maun since January to November and that more than seven cases have already been recorded in December.
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