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Police monitors property crimes

By Shalveen Chand
Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Update: 2:32PM THE Fiji Police Force is closely monitoring an increase in crimes against properties such as theft and burglaries.

Acting Police commissioner Ravi Narayan said property crimes remain prevalent from January 1 to February 16 this year.

He said police have recorded a total crime volume of 1444 crime incidents comprising of 172 property crimes or 12 per cent of the total crime volume.

 





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