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Police seek help

Dawn Gibson
Tuesday, February 26, 2013

POLICE are pleading with members of the public to help them solve the case of a 17-year-old who became the victim of a hit and run on Sunday morning.

In a statement yesterday, the police said any kind of information relating to this case would be helpful.

"Members of the community are being requested by the police to supply information to the police in relation to a case of hit and run in Waila, Nausori on Sunday morning," the statement read.

"The student of Navuso Village was killed instantly after he was allegedly hit by a van."

Police spokesman Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri, warned members of the public to be careful when driving.

"The police are also appealing to motorists to be careful while using the roads due to the rainy conditions that we are experiencing right now," he said.





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