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Search for two girls

Shalveen Chand
Saturday, May 24, 2014

TWO more young women have been reported missing to police and the public have been asked to help locate the two.

Missing are 21-year-old Alisi Nailolo of Lot 19 Rogi Place, Nawanawa, in Nadera and 16-year-old Rusila Tinai of Muslim League in Nabua, Suva.

Alisi, a journalism student, left for a field trip to Deuba on April 2 this year but was only reported missing by her family on May 16.

According to the description given by the police, Alisi is of dark complexion and is 150cm tall.

Rusila, a Year 10 student left home last Saturday and did not return.

Rusila was last seen in a grey pullover and black shorts.

She is 180cm tall, dark with curly hair and of a slim built.

Police said the public could call 919 or 917 or report to their nearest police station if they had any information on the missing two.

More young women go missing and in most cases they are found at a friend's place, police said.








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