|Offices broken into: Yash Ghai, Yabaki Aquila and Jill Cottrell.|
Items were taken from both organisations with offices of the Peoples Charter at the parliamentary complex losing the most: computer hard-drives, cameras and laptops.
Just a laptop was taken from the CCF office.
The break in to the offices of the Peoples Charter and the Constitution occured in the early hours of Thursday last week and was discovered on Friday morning.
But police are baffled because there was no forced entry into the building.
While the inquiry was on-going, police discovered that one of the ground staff at the complex was named Samuela Driti.
He was questioned repeatedly over the weekend to establish if he had any links to or was a relative of the former RFMF senior officer, Pita Driti, who remains charged with sedition by the regime, but no connection was found.
But while Police CID are saying it is an isolated break-in, the National Intelligence Bureau of the Police is working overtime to establish why there was no sign of forced entry into the office and why computer hard-drives were stolen but the computers left behind.