Police currently at Hūfangalupe after report a man jumped off cliff

Tongan Police  have confirmed there was an incident this morning involving a man who allegedly jumped off cliff at Hufangalupe beach but declined to comment further.

Police Superindent at Nukuʻalofa Central Police Station Tevita Fifita told Kaniva News this morning he heard about the incident on their teleradio  and told us to contact the Hahake Police Station as the case was within their juristiction.

An officer at Muʻa Police station said  a team of police officers were still at the scene and declined to make any further comments.

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