Jan 05

Britisher murdered and dead body thrown away in Malgawatta


Britisher murdered and dead body thrown away in Malgawatta

The police had been capable to observe the lifeless physique the day past (2) near the Araliya Uyana playground down Jothipala Mawatha, Maligawattha belonging to a British countrywide who had been brutally assaulted and mysteriously murdered.

The police have been in a position to identify the victim as one Charles Bear, a 37 year historical British national. It has been revealed from investigations that this
foreigner has been getting geared up to go back to Britain day-before-yesterday (1); but the place he had been lodging and by using whom he had been killed was once not revealed until ultimate afternoon.

Police suspect that he had been murdered at some different place and his body had been as a result dumped close to Araliya Uyana playground in Maligawattha. According to investigations conducted, the useless body of this British national had been added there in a three-wheeler. The Colombo Criminal Investigations Department are engaged in checking CCTV camera pictures installed at homes and personal institutions near the area where the Britisher’s physique was once lying.

The police have observed the passport of this British national in his possession. Colombo Criminal Investigation Department has taken steps to tightly closed the assistance of the British High Commission to realize his identity. What an officer of that workplace had advised police was that this victim was someone who had acquired British citizenship. The officer has in addition informed that action would be taken to inquire into similarly data about this British national.

Police say that quite a few accidents were detected on the head and face of this foreigner. Maligawattha Police are conducting investigations underneath supervision of Deputy Inspector General of Police, Colombo Division, Lalith Pathinayaka, Director of Colombo Criminal Investigations Division, Police Superintendent Nishantha Soysa and Assistant Police Superintendent, Udaya Hemantha.

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