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However, their business partner Andrew Luzanenko told the Fiji Sun in the days after their disappearance that they had financial difficulties after the farm was devastated by Cyclone Winston earlier this year.Assistant Commissioner Luke Navela told Pacific Beat tests have confirmed they body parts are those of the Shipulins."We have tested the DNA at our forensics offices here and it matched the similarities of the missing persons," he said."We have now confirmed that they are the ones whose body parts were found.We're still waiting for the Interpol [test] but we have tested it on our own."He said police divers are now scouring the bay in the hope of recovering more body parts."Our investigators are walking the same area to get as much information as possible to lead us to [solve] this case," he said.The Fiji Times reported that the couple moved to Fiji in 2011 and were leasing the farm and operating a photography business.A friend, fellow Russian Alla Mallerich, described the pair as "soul mates"."Yuri was a happy, easy going man who loved life, loved Fiji and he had plans to build his life in Fiji," she told the newspaper.Mr Luzanenko, who also lived at the farm after moving from Russia earlier this year to co-manage it, said the couple left "without even speaking to me".

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