THREE Chinese nationals were being questioned by police last night in connection to the killing of a Chinese man during the Easter weekend.
Director of Criminal Investigations Department Senior Superintendent of Police Vakacegu Toduadua said the three suspects were from China.
SSP Toduadua said one suspect was in police custody from last week while the other two were arrested at Nadi International Airport early this week while trying to leave Fiji.
"We have got the services of two interpreters who are full time workers and they are only available after they finish work," he said.
"This investigation is different from other investigations and the laying of charges will depend on the interrogators."
SSP Toduadua said the three suspects could be charged and produced in court today or the latest by Monday. The three suspects are being interviewed by police in connection with the death of a Chinese businessman in Suva at about 2:30am on April 8.
Police earlier said the businessman was getting into his vehicle near a service station on Victoria Parade in Suva when a vehicle carrying three men pulled up.
A man from the vehicle got off and repeatedly stabbed the businessman in the back before fleeing in the same vehicle.