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Police probe pictures

Tevita Vuibau
Monday, June 24, 2013

POLICE have confirmed they are investigating a case where a student of a prominent school in Suva was alleged to have taken explicit photos of a student from another school during a drinking party.

Police spokeswoman Ana Naisoro said they had received the report late last month and were investigating.

"The report states the group of students attended a drinking party during school hours when the suspect allegedly used his mobile phone to take photos of two other students of a compromising nature," Ms Naisoro said.

She said police were continuing with investigations of those allegedly involved in the case and more would be known in due course.

"While police are still to determine the nature of the photographs, a number of students have been questioned as investigations continue."

When contacted yesterday, the principals of the two respective schools declined to comment, saying the case was with police and they would await the outcome of the investigation.





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