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The bodies of Sana, 11, and eight-year-old Samara were found alongside their mother, Nileshni Kajal, 34

Mother encounters baby crawling in her diaper next to the bodies of FIVE family members at the bottom of a cliff – like a & # 39; witch doctor & # 39; is being questioned about their mysterious death

  • A witch doctor and his wife were questioned about suspected deaths
  • Two children were among the dead in the Nausori highlands in Fiji
  • The man and his wife from Christchurch are currently not allowed to leave Fiji
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A young mother who saw a baby girl crawl alone in her diaper at the foot of a cliff was shocked when she found the bodies of five family members nearby.

The toddler didn't seem upset, but was cold and hungry when the woman met her on Monday in the Nausori highlands in Fiji.

The police have spent the last 48 hours interrogating a New Zealand man – presumably a witch doctor – and his wife about the mysterious death.

Two young children were among the relatives found dead after the group had taken an unknown substance.

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The bodies of Sana, 11, and eight-year-old Samara were found alongside their mother, Nileshni Kajal, 34

The bodies of Sana, 11, and eight-year-old Samara were found alongside their mother, Nileshni Kajal, 34

The children's grandparents, 63-year-old carpenter Nirmal Kumar, Usha Devi, 54 were also dead in the neighborhood

The children's grandparents, 63-year-old carpenter Nirmal Kumar, Usha Devi, 54 were also dead in the neighborhood

The children's grandparents, 63-year-old carpenter Nirmal Kumar, Usha Devi, 54 were also dead in the neighborhood

The bodies of Sana, 11, and eight-year-old Samara were found alongside their mother, Nileshni Kajal, 34.

The children's grandparents, 63-year-old carpenter Nirmal Kumar, Usha Devi, 54 were also dead in the neighborhood, Local media reported.

The toddler who had crawled into the area around the bodies was taken to the hospital.

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It is believed that her mother has traveled to Australia and is on her way home. It remains unclear how the child is known to the family.

Police spokesman Ana Naisoro told it Fiji Sun. they were pointed to the bodies by a local resident who saw the toddler crawling around the bottom of a cliff.

Kelera Toloi, a 25-year-old who encountered the grim face, told the publication that she had changed the toddler's soaked diaper and fed her two bottles.

& # 39; Luckily she couldn't walk yet, otherwise she would have fallen off the cliff, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; As a mother, it is a very sad scenario. & # 39;

The police questioned a resident of Christchurch - who they believe is a witch doctor - about death
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The police questioned a resident of Christchurch - who they believe is a witch doctor - about death

The police questioned a resident of Christchurch – who they believe is a witch doctor – about death

The police questioned a resident of Christchurch – who they believe is a witch doctor – about death.

His wife was also interrogated but was released.

According to Fijian law, the man can only be held for 48 hours for interrogation without official charges, which have since expired.

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The police submitted an application to extend this period and put forward a need to investigate further, but the request was rejected.

A stop-departure order has been issued for the couple, meaning that they cannot return home to New Zealand while the investigation remains open.

It is assumed that the family has taken the same substance that has not yet been identified.

The Chemistry Scientific Lab in Nasova, Suva, is now conducting further tests on the substance.

Police spokesperson, Ana Naisoro, said they were pointed to the bodies by a local resident who saw the toddler crawling around the bottom of a cliff

Police spokesperson, Ana Naisoro, said they were pointed to the bodies by a local resident who saw the toddler crawling around the bottom of a cliff

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Police spokesperson, Ana Naisoro, said they were pointed to the bodies by a local resident who saw the toddler crawling around the bottom of a cliff

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