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Police investigate WAF water tank complaints

REPEKA NASIKO
Sunday, February 04, 2018

Update: 11:27AM POLICE are investigating the damaging of water tanks in the Western Division.

Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro has issued a statement saying Lautoka Police are investigating reports lodged by the Water Authority of Fiji from the Waiyavi area in Bulileka, Calcutta and Kaunitoni Street. 

"As investigations continue we share the concerns raised by WAF to think about the consequences damaging these tanks will have on others affected by the water disruptions," she said.

Anyone who has information can call Crime Stoppers on 919 or the Western Division Command Center on 9905457








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