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Police Investigating Thugs Who Broke In To Pacific Harbour Villa

Mr Boivert has called for help from the public to apprehend the people responsible for this.
02 Oct 2019 13:36
Police Investigating Thugs Who Broke In To Pacific Harbour Villa

The search is on for two thugs who allegedly broke into the house of rugby coach Franck Boivert at Pacific Harbour and tied up his 19-year-old daughter Manon.

The incident happened over the weekend.

Mr Boivert has called for help from the public to apprehend the people responsible for this.

“To all my Fijian friends, while am in France, my daughter got attacked inside our villa, tied up and gagged and the two thugs took off with all our valuables please help us locate these guys who have iPhones and computers with all work from Elise inside,” he posted on his Facebook page.

Mr Boivert has even gone a step further and shown where the phone is at the moment by using an App to show the location of his phone.

His post on the social media platform has received quite a lot of attention. Most calling on the Police to act quickly.

The images show that the phone is in Samabula.

Police confirmed that they had received a report regarding the robbery.

The investigation is continuing because no arrests have been made by yesterday evening.

Edited by Percy Kean

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