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Search on for missing teens

By DAWN GIBSON
Thursday, May 22, 2014

Update: 12:08PM MISSING persons continue to be an issue for the Fiji Police Force, with two teens, one 21 years of age and the other 16, still missing.

21-year-old Alisi Nailolo of Lot 19 Rogi Place, Nawanawa was last seen on April 2, 2014 after she left her home for a fieldtrip to Deuba.

Ms Nailolo is a journalism student and was reported missing by her family on May 16.

Also missing is Rusila Tinai, 16, a Form Four student, who left home last Saturday, May 17, and has not been seen since.

Members of the public are requested to call 919 or 917 or report to their nearest police station if they have any information regarding the two missing girls.








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