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Mysterious death

Theldeniya Police commenced an investigation into the death of a 31-year-old man whose body was found in an area belonging to Mahaweli Authority in Digana on Saturday. The deceased has been identified as D M Sumith Karunasiri of Rajawella, Digana. The magisterial inquest was carried out by the Teldeniya magistrate.

Initial investigations by the chief judicial medical officer of the Kandy hospital revealed the victim had been electrocuted although the location where the body was found was not hazardous.

Attempted illegal migration foiled

Eight residents of Negombo, Kalkuda and Kalawanchikudi who were waiting in a lodge in Mandachchimadam in Kalawanchikudi with the intention of illegally migrating to Australia via a sea route were arrested by the Kalawanchikudi Police when they raided the location following a tip off received on Saturday. The suspects were produced in Batticaloa magistrate court yesterday.

Probe on skeleton parts

Bingiriya Police acting on information by a resident in Bingiriya found parts of a human skeleton, a curtain, a torn T shirt, two pillows and a crow bar in an abandoned toilet at a house in Thiyogama, Kajuhena on Friday. The Hettipola magistrate have commenced the magisterial inquest. Bingiriya Police are investigating.

Two remanded in assault on doctor

Two suspects who had been arrested for allegedly assaulting the Assistant Estate Doctor on duty in Batalgala estate dispensary in Dikoya and attempting to rob his necklace and bracelet have been remanded until November 20 by Hatton magistrate. Hatton Police reported that the two suspects had allegedly entered the dispensary forcibly and dragged the doctor out of the premises before assaulting him.

Arrested with Sudol

A suspect was sent to remand until November 30 by the Negombo magistrate for possessing 7,100 tablets of banned drug, Sudol. Seeduwa Police arrested him following information received on Saturday at his home in Ja Ela.

Russians remanded

The CID on Friday arrested five Russian Nationals at Wellawatte for illegally withdrawing money from ATMs using forged credit cards.

The CID also seized 250 forged credit cards, six lap top computers, two encoding machines, two WiFi routers and Rs 2.5 million from their possession. The suspects have been remanded until November 30 when produced before Hulftsdorp No 3 magistrate court. The CID is investigating.


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