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Police probes store break-in at Alligator Creek in GP1 min read


Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at Henderson Police Station are investigating a store break-in at the Alligator Creek area in Central Guadalcanal.

Prior to the incident at 10pm on Sunday 5 January 2020 the complainant, a Bangladesh national, closed down his store and left his security guard to look after the premises.

 It is alleged the suspect entered the store by cutting the walling of the store and removing valuable items.

 Supervising Provincial Police Commander (PPC) Guadalcanal Province, Superintendent Nixon Manetoga says, “It is alleged that the valuable items are worth thousands of dollars as well as cash.”

 “I appeal to the people in and around Alligator Creek area to come forward to police with any information that will help police investigation into the break-in,” says Superintendent Manetoga.

 “I also like to warn the general public in and around Henderson and Alligator Creek area to fully secure your properties including residences and vehicles.” 

 Henderson police can be contacted on phones: 36200 or 36201


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