Body of youth recovered in Saththurukko'ndaan

[TamilNet, Monday, 28 February 2011, 12:21 GMT]
Unidentified body of a young male person was recovered from an empty fertilizer bag hidden under a culvert located in Panichchaiyadi area in Saththurukko'ndaan village in the Batticaloa police division Sunday evening, SL Police in Batticaloa said. The police team rushed to the site on receipt of information from the public that a suspicious bag had been seen under the culvert and recovered the body.

The police confirmed that a body of a young male person inside the bag and informed the Batticaloa Magistrate of the findings.

The Batticaloa acting Magistrate V.M.Ziam visited the site Sunday evening and held inquiry.

In his presence the police opened the bag and found the body with injuries and tied with ropes.

A new watch, one bottle of perfume, bed sheet, towel, sarong, T-shirt and jeans were also found inside the bag.

The body is currently lying in the mortuary of the Batticaloa Teaching Hospital, and has not yet been identified.


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