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Two Men Arrested For Alleged Robbery Cases

Two men will be produced in the Suva Magistrates Court this afternoon for their alleged involvement in a series of robbery cases in the Southern Division over the last few
12 Jan 2016 12:41
Two Men Arrested For Alleged Robbery Cases

Two men will be produced in the Suva Magistrates Court this afternoon for their alleged involvement in a series of robbery cases in the Southern Division over the last few weeks.

The two are aged 38 and 32 and have been charged with three counts of robbery and one count of theft.

Both are alleged to have been involved in a robbery at a service station in Muanikoso on the 3rd of this month. They are also alleged to have been involved in two aggravated robbery cases recorded on the 6th of this month.

 

The first incident occurred along Stinson Parade whereby a businessman was allegedly robbed of more than $3,000 cash before the two fled off in his vehicle which was later found abandoned in Caubati.

In the second incident recorded also on the 6th of January, a report of aggravated robbery was reported at a kava shop in Nabua whereby cash and assorted items worth more than $700 was stolen.

The various task forces set up in every division continues to work around the clock to bring those intent on participating in these illegal activities to justice. This is all part of the ongoing focus on curbing serious offences such as aggravated robberies and theft of motor vehicles.

 

Recently there have been issues raised through the media regarding the poor delivery of service by our officers. Again those who have issues in their divisions or are unhappy with the services by officers are encouraged to call their Divisional Police Commanders directly on the following numbers;

DPC West: 9905 216

DPC South: 9905 053

DPC East:  9905 846

DPC North: 9905 827



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