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$5000 Reward for Recovery of ‘Three Stolen Compressors’

A $5000 reward will be given to anyone who will help the Police in finding three compressors that were allegedly stolen from a home in Pacific Harbour. The reward has been
22 Feb 2017 11:43
$5000 Reward for Recovery  of ‘Three Stolen Compressors’
Stolen compressor. Photo: Fiji Police Force

A $5000 reward will be given to anyone who will help the Police in finding three compressors that were allegedly stolen from a home in Pacific Harbour.

The reward has been offered by the owner of the compressors, Pacific Harbour resident, Kim Andersen.

The three compressors were said to be taken from his home in Pacific Harbour last weekend. The three compressors are valued at more than $46,000.

Also allegedly stolen were a portable sub scuba compressor, a sub compressor pump and a wind air compressor.

Mr Andersen said: “My house was broken into and they only stole the compressors. They did not touch anything else.”

He claimed that he knew the group of people who had allegedly committed the offense.

But he did not have any evidence against them, he said.

Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro said: “Members of the public are requested to contact the Navua Police Station if they see or come across someone trying to sell one of these compressors.”

Anyone with information is kindly requested to call 9905716.


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