Police probe after female peace corps attacked in Sopu

Tongan Police were investigating after a brutal attack on a peace corps woman in Sopu this morning Saturday 16.

This has been confirmed by the Nukuʻalofa Police Superintendent Tevita Fifita to Kaniva News.

Fifita released no further information as Police investigation continued.

Kaniva understands the victim is a Peace Corps Voulnteer.

Taimi ʻo Tonga correspondent Tevita Motulalo reported on Facebook the volunteer received serious injuries to her face.

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