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Police warn after laptops stolen

By Samuel Berenyi
Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Update: 11:03AM 18 Dell laptops and 9 HD laptops were stolen from Datec's Suva office on Sunday night.

A police statement released this morning, says police are warning members of the community, particularly high school and tertiary students to refrain from buying laptops from unidentified people.

Members of the public are urged to contact police on 919 or 917 if they have any information on people selling laptops on the streets.








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