Where’s my mummy?

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where her aunt Kar­alaini Kubu­lau now re­sides with young Lu­siana. Her body parts were found by po­lice on Tues­day af­ter­noon stuffed in a garbage bag in a flat rented by the sus­pect. The sus­pect al­legedly burned him­self on Mon­day some­time be­fore mid­day while al­legedly try­ing to dis­pose of Su­sana’s body. His neigh­bour Chan­dar Kishore, 60, took him to hos­pi­tal. Su­sana raised by her aunt, Mrs Kubu­lau, last saw her niece when they had made plans to spend Mother’s Day to­gether. It did not hap­pen. Mrs Kubu­lau said her niece and her al­leged killer vis­ited them on Satur­day in a rental car and took them to Tavua to visit an­other of her (Mrs Kubu­lau) sis­ter. “We had planned to spend Mother’s Day to­gether on Sun­day,” she said. “When we ar­rived in Tavua, Su­sana said she was not go­ing to stay and re­turned with the sus­pect to Ba.” She said on Sun­day, the sus­pect re­turned by him­self to Tavua and brought some soft drinks, food­stuff and gave money to her and her sis­ter. “I asked him where Su­sana was and he said she had gone some­where.” He then left and it was not un­til the Po­lice ar­rived at the Hart Home on Tues­day that she learned Su­sana was al­legedly mur­dered. Mrs Kubu­lau said she was still in shock and it was heart­break­ing that Lu­siana still did not un­der­stand what had hap­pened. She had asked about her mother. Sus­pect’s neigh­bour, Mr Kishore said on Tues­day the Po­lice ar­rived and he was told Su­sana’s body parts were found stuffed in the garbage bag and left in the house. Mr Kishore said the in­ci­dent had shocked the street they were stay­ing in adding that noth­ing like this ever hap­pened. “We hardly ever saw the girl and even the boy never talked to any­one,” Mr Kishore said.

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