|Scene of the crime: Nabua police station. pic FBC News|
They haven't even solved the case of the missing drugs from Toorak and now they have Nabua on their hands.
Fiji police are back under the spotlight with two officers being taken in for questioning over the large quantity of marijuana that have gone missing from Nabua Police Station.
As in the cocaine taken from the Criminal Investigations Bureau in Toorak several weeks ago, the marijuana was being held at Nabua as exhibits for court cases.
No other information has emerged from police officially today but Coupfourpointfive sources say the stolen marijuana was part of the haul taken in raids from Kadavu and have a street value of more than one million dollars.
A police mole says serious questions are now being raised about the capability of the leadership of the police commissioner, Ioane Naivalurua, and his senior officers, all of whom have been singled out as being involved in a drug ring themselves.