Crime & Court

Fiji Police Investigating Laucala Bay Service Station Break In

Items believed to have been stolen include, cigarettes worth more than $1,000, 30 cans corned beef, a bottle of water, and a body spray each for men and women.
14 Jul 2019 14:20
Fiji Police Investigating Laucala Bay Service Station Break In

Police are investigating a case where a man allegedly broke into a service station along Laucala Bay road on Friday morning.

The suspect allegedly gained entry by forcefully removing the back door.

Items believed to have been stolen include, cigarettes worth more than $1,000, 30 cans corned beef, a bottle of water, and a body spray each for men and women.

The estimated cost of stolen items is worth more than $1,300

Investigations continue.

Feedback: rosi.doviverata@fijisun.com.fj



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