Police arrest Tonga Chamber suspected thief caught on  CCTV

    Puke 'e he kau polisi' toko taha mahalo'i na'a' ne hae e 'ōfisi 'o e Tonga of Chamber of Commerce 'i Fasi'

    Police have arrested the suspect who stole goods and cash worth of thousands in two break-ins.

    A 37-year-old man was in Police custody in relation to a Tonga Chamber of Commerce office which was situated at the old Molisi Tonga building in Fasi.

    As Kaniva News reported last week, the suspect broke into the office during the second incident to get to a liquor and a retailed store next door at 6am Sunday 8.

    Police reportedly said the suspect allegedly stole a laptop, hard drive and other goods valued at over $3,000 pa’anga.

    Police also said the suspect lived in the area.

    Police investigation continues.

    The office was where the Tonga Business Enterprises Centre, a branch of the Tonga Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is operated.

    The office is funded by the New Zealand government.

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