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Police Probe Alleged School Broken Into, Graffiti Painting On Walls

  Police in Nadi are investigating an alleged break-in and graffiti painting at the Mount Saint Mary’s School at the weekend. The Martintar-based institution is alleged to have suffered two
21 Mar 2017 11:00
Police Probe Alleged School Broken Into, Graffiti Painting On Walls
Fiji Police

 

Police in Nadi are investigating an alleged break-in and graffiti painting at the Mount Saint Mary’s School at the weekend.

The Martintar-based institution is alleged to have suffered two break-ins in a space of a week.

Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro confirmed the incident happened last week, with the recent one on Sunday.

“The suspects broke into five classrooms, stole money worth of $25 collected from lent proceeding and there was also graffiti on the wall,” she said.

To make the scene worse large deposits of paints were dumped on the floor creating a mess.

This newspaper has been reliably informed that teachers of the said classrooms were at their stations last Sunday busy cleaning off the graffiti.

Edited Rusiate Mataika

Feedback:  ashna.kumar@fijisun.com.fj

 



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