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Police release photos of clothes used to wrap dead babies

The public is asked to provide information on the discovery of two infants in Nabua and Suva Point two weeks ago.

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August 18, 2017 9:52 am

Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro said they were releasing photos of clothing “in the hope that someone may come forward with information.”

On July 19, a man found the body of a newborn baby floating in a creek in Nabua.  On July 29, another newborn was discovered by a security officer along the sea wall in Suva Point.

The ‘bula Fiji” sulu and grey French connection t-shirt pictured below was used to wrap the body of the little boy found in Suva Point.
The ‘bula Fiji” Sulu and grey French connection t-shirt pictured below was used to wrap the body of the little boy found in Suva Point.
The ‘bula Fiji” sulu and grey French connection t-shirt pictured below was used to wrap the body of the little boy found in Suva Point.
The ‘bula Fiji” Sulu and grey French connection t-shirt pictured below was used to wrap the body of the little boy found in Suva Point.
The blue shorts was used to cover the body of the baby discovered at Nabua.
The blue shorts was used to cover the body of the baby discovered at Nabua.
The blue shorts was used to cover the body of the baby discovered at Nabua.
The blue shorts was used to cover the body of the baby discovered at Nabua.

Anyone with information is urged to call their nearest Police station or Crime stoppers on 919.

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