File of missing $300k back to investigators


POLICE Commissioner Mostyn Mangau says the Director of the Public Prosecution has returned the file in relation to the missing one link exhibit money to investigators for a final patch-up before charges are placed.

Commissioner Mangau confirmed this during a press conference yesterday.

 He said the file was returned to investigators before the Christmas period and there are a few things that the DPP has requested that needs to be sorted out before charges can be laid.

Mangau said investigators upon request of the DPP will finalize a few things that need to be added on to the file, before they can return it back to the DPP for charges to be laid on the suspect.

However, investigators are yet to look into the file as they have been engaged during the Christmas and New Year’s operation which was stood down on January 4 2022.

This is the case of the missing $300,000 cash money that recovered from the so-called Director of One-link Pacifica during police investigations early last year.

The money recovered are supposed to be kept as exhibit into the one-link case, currently ongoing before the court, however that money went missing while under the care of trusted officers of the RSIPF.

A police officer has been suspended while investigation was carried out.

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