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Police Updates – 9th August 2016

Death of three-year-old ‘suspicious’ Police investigations are still underway in relation to the death of a three-year-old girl who died last week. Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro confirmed that the girl
09 Aug 2016 07:38
Police Updates – 9th August 2016
Fiji Police

Death of three-year-old ‘suspicious’

Police investigations are still underway in relation to the death of a three-year-old girl who died last week.

Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro confirmed that the girl was admitted at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital last Saturday.

She said initial report showed the girl sustained injuries from jumping from a couch.

Ms Naisoro said the case was being treated as a suspicious death.

“Post mortem indicated the victim died due to serious injuries and what actually transpired or the circumstances surrounding her death,” she said.

“At this point we can confirm that family members have been questioned as investigations continue.”

The alleged incident took place at Nasese in Suva.

CHRISTINE NIKOLA

Edited by Rusiate Mataika

 

Motorists warned about road thieves’

Motorists are being requested to be vigilant in light of recent criminal activity targeting vehicles held up in traffic jams during peak hours.

“Recent reports show incidents where opportunists are targeting people traveling in private and public transport and have had their phones and valuables snatched from inside their vehicles,” says Fiji Police chief operating officer Assistant Commissioner of Police Tito Elo.

ACP Elo said while a few arrests had been made, the Police continued to receive reports of these offences occurring particularly along roads that were backed up due to peak hour traffic.

“Items stolen include phones, laptops and other electronic gadgets,” ACP Elo said.

“We are therefore requesting members of the public to be vigilant and look out for would be opportunists who are committing these offences.”

Source: Police Media Cell

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