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Qiliho Wants Closure For Grieving Families

Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho has directed his senior officers that he wants all unsolved cases to be addressed and dealt with to bring closure to grieving families. “I’ve advised
18 Mar 2016 09:00
Qiliho Wants Closure  For Grieving Families
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Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho has directed his senior officers that he wants all unsolved cases to be addressed and dealt with to bring closure to grieving families.

“I’ve advised my senior officers that these unsolved cases must be solved so we can bring some form of closure to some who have been traumatised and bring the perpetrators of these crimes to justice,” Brigadier-General Qiliho said.

He made this comment following questions posed to him at a press conference at his office on Wednesday regarding the alleged murder of a senior executive of a biscuit manufacturing company in 2014 and that of a 12-year-old Asian girl who was allegedly murdered at her home in Samabula.

He has requested the assistance from the public in regards to information they may have that would assist them in solving these cases.

“We are looking at working with such groups, to put out information pleading with the community, if they have any information to pass it on to us,” he said.

“We cannot do it alone. About 60 per cent or more than that, is what we get from the community. Unfortunately nothing has been forthcoming. The files are still open.”

Meanwhile, Brigadier-General Qiliho said arrests had been made on some of those that were involved in an alleged assault of a man in Kadavu last week.

Edited by Rusiate Mataika

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