Gunmen kill two persons in Muttur in separate incidents

[TamilNet, Monday, 04 August 2003, 14:21 GMT]
Unidentified gunmen shot dead two persons in Muttur, south of Trincomalee district within two days in separate incidents, police said.

On Sunday early morning a fifty six year old former police sergeant L.Rilvan was shot dead while on his way from home to his boutique and now working as a police informant. Six bullets were found on his body, Muttur police said.

On Monday early morning a Tamil youth Gunam Subaraj aged twenty-one was shot dead while asleep in his house. The deceased was a labourer engaged in construction work. The reason behind this killing is not yet revealed, police said

 

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