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Businessman offers reward

Repeka Nasiko
Saturday, January 04, 2014

A LAUTOKA businessman has taken it upon himself to search for missing computers and technical equipment worth $30,000.

Owner of Rarosi Internet Cafe Rajneel Singh said he lost about 20 computers along with gaming equipment in an early morning robbery three months ago.

"I will give $1500 to anyone who has any information that will help me locate this equipment," Mr Singh said.

"I have tried a number of avenues that will help me find my missing computers and they have proven unsuccessful.

"So I will offer this cash reward as a last resort."

He said the missing items included 28 whole set computers and a 39-inch TV screen.

"I've lodged my complaint with police and I do hope that they catch the thieves behind this robbery.

"I am grateful to police for recovering two of the stolen PCs but I want the rest of the items for my business."

He added this was not the first time the internet shop was broken into by thieves.

"In the first one, I also had 28 PCs, the thieves took 20 computers."

Police confirmed the search for the missing items was continuing.


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