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Police probe escapee's movements

By FELIX CHAUDHARY
Thursday, July 17, 2014

Update: 11:28AM POLICE have stepped up investigations into the movements of escapee Sailasa Mociu, also known as Mongoose, over the past two days.

The probe began immediately after his recapture at Vunayasi in Nadi on Tuesday night.

West spokeswoman Naina Ragigia said anyone found to be assisting escapees would be dealt with severely.

"Investigations are underway to establish his whereabouts over the last two days and those caught harbouring Mociu during his escape will be dealt with according to the law," she said.

Meanwhile, the hunt continues for Dinesh Pillay and Deshwar Kishore Dutt. 

Police are asking anyone with information regarding their whereabouts to contact their nearest police post or station.







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