UNPol Daily Security Briefing 26 December 2007 - This is a broadcast of the UN Police in Timor-Leste to provide you with information about the security situation around the country.
The security situation in Dili and across the country over the past 24 hours remains relatively calm.
Early yesterday morning at 3am, Laga PNTL responded to reports of fighting by villagers in Mulia village, sub-district Laga, Baucau District. Six persons were arrested. Minor injuries were sustained.
Yesterday morning at 8.20am, a man was arrested at Comoro Market on charges of possessing a machete and a sling shot.
Later that afternoon at 6.30pm, a UN vehicle was stoned at Metinaro IDP camp. The GNR FPU were able to disperse the crowd and no injuries were sustained.
At 10.20pm on Monday night, UNPOL and the PNTL Task Force responded to reports of a fight between two martial arts groups in Gariwai village, Baucau. A man, injured by an arrow dart in his left leg, was transported to the hospital. The case is under investigation.
The police advise to avoid traveling during the any suspicious activities. You can call 112 or 7230365 to contact the police 24 hours a day, seven days a week.