PUBLIC CALLED ON TO REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITIES TO POLICE

Police Commissioner Frank Prendergast. Photo credit: SIBC.

Police Commissioner Frank Prendergast. Photo credit: SIBC.

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force Commissioner has called on the public to report any suspicions they have regarding burglary activities happening in parts of Honiara City.

Police Commissioner Frank Prendergast says a number of arrests have been made and police investigations continue.

“Police have been makin progress in those investigations and there has been some arrest. We are still concerned about that group, however, and our operation is continuing. I urge the members of the public to report to police any suspicion they have on the usual numbers 23666 or the emergency 999 and continue to maintain appropriate security awareness and secure residences and valuables.”

Mr Prendergast adds the hotspot area are, Tasahe, Ngossi, Panatina, Lengakiki and parts of the Guadalcanal plains.

“The hotspots have been in Tasahe, Panatina, Ngossi and Lengakiki. We do have concerns now around the Guadalcanal plains area around TetereĀ as well, but I have to say I don’t want to alarm people over it as the investigations have been proceeding very well, but I think it’s important that we keep people advised and my advice is to maintain the security awareness and if you’ve seen anything that concerns you please contact the police the numbers.”

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