Thieves strike man who came to help

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Sad story here, peo­ple. Dave Har­rod tells it in his own words: “Hi Jy­oti, I spoke to you this af­ter­noon about com­ing up to Fiji to as­cer­tain if our af­ford­able hur­ri­cane proof houses were vi­able and my com­puter bag with all my in­for­ma­tion was stolen. I had hoped by run­ning a story that I might get some back. “Af­ter spend­ing most of the night on the Savusavu ferry we were fi­nally bused into Suva just af­ter 4am. “I walked to McDs to get break­fast and around 6 I strolled over to the har­bour wall and took a few photos. I spoke to a num­ber of passer­bys in­clud­ing 2 Po­lice­men “They left and I placed my com­puter bag by my foot and pro­ceeded to start my phone and within one minute I no­ticed my bag had gone. “A wit­ness watched two young fel­lows grab it from un­der the seat and run over the park and ride off in a cab.

“If any­one could help with the re­cov­ery, please ring Moses at Suva CID on 8652694

“My pass­port air­line tick­ets, plans photos, sam­ples were all in that bag plus all the con­tacts that could help with the re­build. I would re­ally ap­pre­ci­ate get­ting that info back.”.


Ku­dos to those police of­fi­cers who worked tire­lessly on our roads which en­sured a fa­tal ac­ci­dent free long week­end. Good go­ing guys and gals.


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