Two people seriously injured during Vaimalō night attack, Tuʻanekivale invaders appeared in court

Two people sustained serious injuries Saturday night 22 and were rushed to hospital after an alleged attack in Vaimalō, Vavaʻu Islands.

Police said the duo, in the ages of 21 and 39, were  asleep while they were injured at about 3 – 4am and they are recovering in hospital.

Police have yet to make any arrests in connection to the incident, Vavaʻu Superindentent Netane Falakiseni told Kanva News.

Anyone with information about the crime is asked to contact Vavaʻu Police station.

Meanwhile three people appeared in court yesterday and pleaded guilty after Police charged them with illegal home invasion at Tuʻanekivale , wilful damage and possessing prohibited alcohol.

Falakiseni said the three men smashed windows of a house in the residence.

They were arrested in relation to the crime and  after Police found home brew in the van they were driving.

Falakiseni said the trio will reappear in court tomorrow 27 for sentencing.

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