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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Police now say $1million stolen before it got to Fiji

The investigation into the missing $1million dollars has taken a new turn raising more questions than answers.
 
The police in Fiji now say the money was not stolen in the country as originally believed and reported.

 
This afternoon, police said the theft was committed offshore and that they were working closely with overseas authorities.

 
They refused to elaborate, saying they didn't want to hinder the investigation.

 
The theft was discovered over the weekend and it was originally thought thieves had broken into Kings Wharf in Suva to take the money.

 
It was reported the fence had been cut and thieves had managed to get into a container and cut their way through the vault to take the newly minted $20.


The public was also told wharf workers on duty Saturday were being interviewed and they had to have known about the heist.

As early as today, it was being reported the money was already in circulation and been spotted.
 
Serial numbers for the money were also revealed.


The $1million was earmarked for the Reserve Bank of Fiji and was said to have been sent from the United Kingdom.

 

16 comments:

  1. Popo bullshit again..........must be the new Popo CID Recruits.....CRAP!

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  2. Inside job if ever I saw one.Surely,only those privy to that information would arrange the disappearance of that cash...there should be an audit of all the illegal ministers bank accounts starting with Voreqe.

    Sources indicate that Voreqe is now a very wealthy man thanks to the coup.

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  3. Inside job if ever I saw one.Surely,only those privy to that information would arrange the disappearance of that cash...there should be an audit of all the illegal ministers bank accounts starting with Voreqe.

    Sources indicate that Voreqe is now a very wealthy man thanks to the coup.

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  4. Yesterday the cops said it was already in circulation in Fiji and suddenly the money did not reach Fiji.

    We all know the Military stole the money as its own private security company turned a blind eye to the heist that went down.

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  5. that is the biggest load of crap we've heard all week and why is the PM's office announcing it? It just don't gel!!

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  6. What a joke. First it was reported that the money was stolen in Suva, now it's getting funnier by the day. This is a cover-up at the highest end.

    There must be some rich military guys in Fiji pretending to be innocent.

    Fiji military and the police are now the laughing stock of the outside world.

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  7. Coup 4.5

    Did you say and wasn't it reported that the Suva wharf fence was and the container was broken into at Suva wharf?

    And why are the police saying that the money was stolen overseas?

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  8. Psalm 15:16 "Better is a little with the fear of the Lord, than greta Treasure with trouble."

    Psalm 20:21 "An inheritance gained hastily at the beginning will not be blessed at the end."

    Psalm 16:8 "Better is a little righteousness, than vast revenues without justice."

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  9. Sa rui levu na lasu. Sa sega tale ni mai lasa. No one wants to believe bs anymore.

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  10. Cut fence, hole on the side of the container, the stolen notes already in circulation, Fiji Police said the money was stolen offshore...how many more lies can the police come up with before the real story emerges. Reading between the lines suggests that this is a well planned and well coordinated heist. They are now trying to spin stories as a cover-up.

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  11. 'funnier by the day' - say weirder.
    First it shows up in Nadi - carried in by inbound 'unsuspecting tourists'? -then at same time its shows up in Vanua Levu? Weird part is original sum of $1mil now reporterc as $200 mil? Quantum leap whichever way you look at it?

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  12. 1 million dollars rather seems to be a small amount, Why only $20 bills why not other denominations.
    Sounds like a planned heist from the get go.

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  13. Not the first time the military stole goods from within customs..remember the arms shipment they stole when Andrew Hughes was COP?

    Sa sivia ga na bullshit from the onesided Bainimarama propaganda machine.

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  14. Anybody else notice this?
    Bank claims (states)container shipment "valued" at 200m - in $20 notes".
    So what exactly is missing?
    1m in $20notes?
    200m in $20notes?
    More critically - was (is) shipment (money)"fully insured?".

    If reports are correct?
    Inbound tourists claim they got newly minted $20 notes from acredited money exchanges overseas?

    Physically laundering vast quantities of distinctive newly printed $20 notes will no doubt prove more demanding and dangerous than straight cyber theft.

    Stay tuned - bears all hallmarks
    of incompetent comedy.

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  15. guys for the missing dollar u better ask sada reddy and kaiyum...since when do we have a missing notes...this is the first time...when indians become governor of the rbf..money gone missing unlike previous governor.

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