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Viaviaturaga Still On The Run, Police Issues Warning

Members of the public are reminded that it is an offence to harbour escapees. The warning comes as the search continues for escapee Sakiusa Basa Viaviaturaga. Chief Operations Officer, Rusiate
12 Oct 2015 16:47
Viaviaturaga Still On The Run, Police Issues Warning
Escapee Sakiusa Basa Viaviaturaga.

Members of the public are reminded that it is an offence to harbour escapees.

The warning comes as the search continues for escapee Sakiusa Basa Viaviaturaga.

Chief Operations Officer, Rusiate Tudravu said: “If you are someone who has had contact or is aiding Viaviaturaga escape lawful custody, this serves as a warning that we will not tolerate this activity and will ensure the law is enforced on anyone assisting him.

“For those who may have knowledge of where he may be staying is kindly requested to call 919 or your nearest Police Station.”

Meanwhile it has been confirmed that three suspects have been arrested for their involvement in an aggravated robbery case at the home of a 27 year old director in Malaqereqere, Sigatoka at 3 am yesterday morning. The red Nissan Navara twin cab that was stolen is yet to be found.

A Police statement said a team of officers continue their search of the other two suspects who were last seen in Namarai and Nakorotubu area on foot.

“Again a reminder to members of the public not to assist those involved in these serious crimes. Road blocks will be erected in certain locations and members of the public are urged to be patient as this is part of ongoing operations to ensure those responsible for these crimes are apprehended.

“The Fiji Police Force wants to ensure those responsible for these serious offences are brought to justice and teams are working tirelessly to ensure this happens,” ACP Tudravu said.

 

 

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