About 6 suspects have been identified by the Guari community in the Goilala district, and are now in custody for the chain of killings since January this year, including that of a Catholic priest last week.
Local MP Daniel Mona urged his people to keep up the good work so far, and to make sure all those involved are put behind bars and punished accordingly.
Mr. Mona was in Tapini station today to witness the deployment of the second batch of policemen into Kamulai.
Another batch of policemen was flown into the remote Guari LLG today. They will assist others currently on the ground on the manhunt.
So far, 6 suspects have been identified by the local community from the Guari LLG and are now in police custody.
Police will continue the manhunt from the steep mountains of Guari LLG, down to Port Moresby. Mr. Mona thanked the people and urged them to continue to assist the police in the investigation.
He expressed disappointment that law and order problems continue to eat up the district’s money, which is meant for social and infrastructural projects.
A new police station commander for Tapini has been appointed and will take his post next week.
Three other mobile squad officers will also be attached to the district to assist the station commander and other law enforcing agencies in the district.
Mr. Mona said he will continue to invest in law and order initiatives and programs and make sure that peace and normalcy is restored in allowing development to take place in the remote district.
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