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The Royal Solomon Islands Police are investigating the gruesome death of two Asians (Chinese) at their Town-ground shop in Honiara
Police say they rushed to the scene following a tip-off from a security guard from the building.
Eye witnesses told Solomon Fresh-Beat Online police discovered a gruesome scene upon entering.
“The two (male and female) were found lying in blood with stab wounds.”
This incident according to witnesses may have occurred during the weekend.
These Asians run shops under a building opposite the Melanesian Haus (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) at Town Ground.
Police say at this stage, they could not confirm the relation of the two deceased persons.
“Investigations into this matter are in the early stages and the RSIPF are dedicating numerous resources to this investigation.
“At this early stage, the relationship of the two people is unknown and no suspects have been identified.”
Police are urging people who may have any information that can help them in their investigations to promptly report to police.
Police appeal to the Chinese Communities in the Solomon Islands, more especially in Honiara City to remain calm and allow the investigation to take its course.....
SOURCE: SOLOMON FRESH BEAT ONLINE/PACNEWS
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