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‘Rarotonga is not safe’: Police

Tuesday 15 August 2023 | Written by Losirene Lacanivalu | Published in Business, Crime, Economy, National

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‘Rarotonga is not safe’: Police
Carrie Aspin with her nine-year-old son at the Auckland Airport. Supplied/23081424

A Kiwi family who arrived on Rarotonga for a holiday had their cash, passports, and other items stolen on their first night on the island. Police say there is a clear pattern of targeted burglaries at visitor accommodation facilities.

A Kiwi family who arrived on Rarotonga for a holiday had their cash, passports, and other items stolen on their first night on the island. Police say there is a clear pattern of targeted burglaries at visitor accommodation facilities.


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