Woman’s body washes up on Noordhoek Beach

A search is under way at Noordhoek Beach for Ms Rademeyer Jacobs and her dog, after her daughter’s body washed up there yesterday.

The body of a 26-year-old Fish Hoek woman washed up on Noordhoek Beach yesterday, police say.

The woman, Melissa Jacobs, her mother, Susanna “Soekie” Rademeyer Jacobs, 59, and their Yorkshire terrier were reported missing on Friday October 29.

Members of the community, SAPS, and the SANParks dog unit are searching the beach for Ms Rademeyer Jacobs and her dog.

Melissa Jacobs, 26, her mother, Susanna “Soekie” Rademeyer Jacobs, 59, and their Yorkshire terrier were reported missing on Friday October 29.

Police spokesman Warrant Officer Peter Middleton said the mother and daughter were last seen at 2pm at the seaside cottages on Fish Hoek Beach getting into an e-hailing taxi.

Investigating officer Detective Warrant Officer Jeremy Marten said a search was carried out by the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) and by Cape Town Metro Rescue, using a drone, on Monday, November 1.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Ms Rademeyer Jacobs can call Detective Marten at 071 498 8330.

This is a developing story.