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Fiji Police Investigate Burnt Property in Natewa

Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro said the suspect, in this case, was the complainant’s brother and officers’ have attended to the report on two separate occasions, but were unable to locate him.
18 Nov 2019 10:14
Fiji Police Investigate Burnt Property in Natewa
What was left of Tila Vakalalabure’s property.

A 49-year old man of Natewa in Vanua Levu was shocked to find his property burnt after returning from church on Saturday.

It was around midday when Tila Vakalalabure found all his belongings burnt.

“This is the second time it has happened within three weeks after settling here two months ago,” MrVakalalabure said.

“Last time, my tools such as a chainsaw, electrical drill, shoes were burnt and I reported it to Police.

“Now my form of shelter, tent, mattress and bathtub were all burnt.

“I am very disappointed as I have reported the matter to Police seven times. I hope they could do something about it and arrest the person creating an arson attack.

“I am worried now, that he might attack me the third time and might even kill me, I have to do something before he makes his third move.”

Bathtubs and other belongings of Tila Vakalalabure were burnt while he was away for churhc on November 16,2019. Photo Tila Vakalalabure

Mr Vakalalabure describes the suspect as a man in his forties who he claims has a mental disorder from allegedly smoking drugs. He also claimed he uses God’s eight laws of health and has helped thousands of people from across the Pacific.

Meanwhile, Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro said the suspect, in this case, was the complainant’s brother and officers’ have attended to the report on two separate occasions, but were unable to locate him.

Police investigations continue.

Edited by Selita Bolanavanua

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