Abducted men found dead in Vavuniya

[TamilNet, Monday, 09 January 2006, 06:48 GMT]
The bodies of two men who were abducted by unidenfied persons, Sunday night were found with gun shot injuries at Skanthapuram cemetary, 6 km. southwest of Vavuniya, Monday morning, police said. Meanwhile, according to civilian sources in Vavuiya, the two victims were believed to be Sri Lankan Intelligence personnel, Ajith and Suresh, who worked at Omanthai checkpoint of the Sri Lanka Army.

Vavuniya District Judge Mr.M.Ilanchelyan who inspected the bodies at the cemetary has ordered a police investigation.

Mr. A.M.C. Abeysinghe Bandara, OIC, Vavuniya Police said the bodies are yet to be identified.

Bodies found at Skanthapuram
Vavuniya District Judge Mr.M.Ilanchelyanat inspecting the bodies found at Skanthapuram cemetary, Monday.


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