Vehicle Lifted Today
Police were waiting for the Navua River to clear so that they can pull out the car which was found in the river near the old Navua Hospital
Vehicle driver 42‑year‑old Davendra Kumar, his 32‑year‑old wife Nirupa Devi, and their children, 9‑year‑old Dipshika Kumar and 3‑year‑old Edwin Kumar were reported missing ten years ago.
Car last seen in 2006, pulled out of Navua River with human bones found in it
Human bones have been discovered in the back seat of the car that was pulled out of the Navua River this afternoon.
Police Chief of Intelligence and Investigations ACP Luke Navela confirms that the police team is working to find out whether the bones belong to the two children.
The car is at the Navua Police Station.
A team of the Fiji Police Force and National Fire Authority managed to pull out the car found underwater in the Navua River last Friday.
Some fishermen found the car on Friday.
The vehicle was last seen on the 19th of April 2006.
Vehicle driver 42-year-old Davendra Kumar, his 32-year-old wife Nirupa Devi, and their children, 9-year-old Dipshika Kumar and 3-year-old Edwin Kumar were reported missing ten years ago.
ACP Navela said the remains of Davendra Kumar and Nirupa Devi were found at a beach in Pacific Harbour a year later.
However they did not find any remains of the two children.
Source : Samachar Darshan 5/4/16