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Help Catch Whoever Killed Mere

The Fiji Police Force needs your help A small relatively close-knit community is still reeling from the shock of the brutal rape and murder of Mere Ailevu, a 14-year-old student.
19 Mar 2016 10:14
Help Catch Whoever Killed Mere
Members of the Pacific Harbour community and surrounding areas came together to say prayers and light candles in memory Mere Ailevu at Loloma beach last night. PhotoPhoto: RONALD KUMAR.

The Fiji Police Force needs your help

A small relatively close-knit community is still reeling from the shock of the brutal rape and murder of Mere Ailevu, a 14-year-old student.

Now, the Fiji Police Force needs your help to get those heinous criminals who raped and murdered this child brought to justice.

Commissioner of Police Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho is calling out to members of the public to come forward with any information, no matter how minor it is.

A young girl who had her entire life ahead of her is dead. Killed in cold blood by someone worse than an animal.

You can help bring whoever is responsible for raping and killing this child to justice.

You can play a part in solving this crime.

 

CALL THE COMMISSIONER

Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Qiliho has given out his personal number. He has urged people with information to call him on 9906 989.

 

CALL CRIME STOPPERS

Those wishing to remain anonymous can also call through the Crime Stoppers hotline of 919.

Now is the time for anyone with any information to come forward. By coming forward you will not only help Police but help a mother get closure. You will assist a community to sleep peacefully at night.

Mere’s classmates are having sleepless nights. This horrific crime was committed at a popular picnic spot where families gather to have a good time.

This spot will now forever be marred. Children will no longer feel safe taking a walk in this area. But all this can change, and you can be the reason for this.

Please come forward with any information you may have. You may not think that what you know is insignificant but it just may be what Police need to solve this crime.

Do the right thing.

Source : JYOTI PRATIBHA

Feedback:  jyotip@fijisun.com.fj

 


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