BROKEN windows, a pair of bloodied spectacles and a seriously injured elderly man clinging to the leg of a piano, barely breathing and unable to speak, was the scene that met the police when they arrived at the house of murdered Jan Bergsman at St Albans, the Port Elizabeth High Court has heard.
Captain Stefanus de Bruyn was giving evidence in the trial of Khangelani Matebe, 25, of Motherwell, and Fundile Nqwensu, 20, of Fairview informal settlement near Greenbushes. The men have pleaded not guilty to charges of housebreaking and the murder of Bergsman on July 31 2010.
The trial continues.
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