Three businessmen missing in Vakarai

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 28 June 2006, 11:20 GMT]
Three businessmen who had gone to Vakarai area in Batticaloa in a lorry with a consignment of softdrinks have been reported missing for three days, relatives have reported to Valaiachenai Police Tuesday 9:30 p.m., sources said.

Segu Lebbe Ibrahim, 32, from Otamavadi, Indika, 24, from Minneriya, Polannaruwa, and Prasanna, 27, from Polannaruwa did not return after travelling to Vaharai in a lorry with registration number 48-1272, relatives said in the complaint.

Valaichennai police are conducting investigations into the disappearances, police sources said.


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