Two youth who failed to pay drug money killed, buried in Rambukkana | Daily News

Two youth who failed to pay drug money killed, buried in Rambukkana

Following information that two youths from Kiringadeniya and Keraminiya areas of Mawanella Police Division had been killed and buried behind a house in Rambukkana Hurimaluwa, the two bodies were exhumed yesterday (12) under Kegalle Magistrate Vasana Navaratne. 

Mawanella Police said that a complaint had been made to them on December 7 that two youths, 28-year-old Mohammad Anwar Mohammad Arfan, who had been resident at No. 108/3 Kiringadeniya, Mawanella Police Division, and 26-year-old Mohammad Nafas

Mohammad Ali, a resident of No. H 119 Sapia Watta, had been missing since November 18 and 25, by their parents. In that complaint, the parents had stated that their two children were selling drugs and they were aware of the fact that they were buying drugs from a person residing in Hurimaluwa in ​​Rambukkana.

The Mawanella Police had informed the Kegalle Division Criminal Investigation Bureau regarding the incident. While the Mawanella Police and Kegalle Divisional Crime Investigation

Bureau were engaged in investigations, based on information received by the Kegalle Divisional Crime Investigation Bureau on January 8 , subsequent to a preliminary investigation, based on

instructions of Rambukkana Police OIC, officers provided security to the relevant house and reported the facts to the Kegalle Magistrate’s Court day before yesterday (11).

Kegalle Magistrate Vasana Navaratne visited the house where the bodies were said to be buried yesterday morning (12) and initiated preliminary investigations. The house was found

to be closed and the wooden chicken coop, which is said to have been built to raise chickens behind the house, was also removed and the two bodies buried their had been exhumed and sent to the JMO.



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