The main suspect in the murder of a Police SI in Maspotha in Kurunegala in 2016, was killed and two other Police officers were injured during a shootout in Hambantota this afternoon, the Police said.
The suspect, D.K. Chaminda alias Matara Roshan, was wanted in connection with the murder of Police SI in Maspotha in Kurunegala in 2016.
They said the suspect had fired at the special Police team that had been deployed from Colombo to arrest him.
The two injured Police officers were admitted to the Hambantota Base Hospital.
Video by Roshan Gunasekera
Comments - 8
BuffaloaCitizen Thursday, 27 April 2017 04:22 PM
Ha Ha nice story Police.... it looks so flimsy. Didn't u want him alive afraid that he will spill the beans on the Police? True that criminals shud not be tolerated, but extra judicially killing them is very uncivilized culture.
ceylon Thursday, 27 April 2017 04:20 PM
good news.over 1000 death raw killers still having good holidays.why not take president to court for not doing his duty for sign the papers . via DM Android App
Sambo Thursday, 27 April 2017 05:52 PM
Whatever happened criminals are of no use to society. Keeping them in custody is an expense for the public. One bullet will not cost that much. well dome police.
ravin Thursday, 27 April 2017 06:09 PM
This is the best option. In prisons even criminals continue their nefarious activities with inside help.
bindu Thursday, 27 April 2017 07:36 PM
Thugs of Matara Roshan calibre do not deserve such a peaceful death. If police confirm that the bullet had hit the very right person,that's it no regrets.
ANTON Thursday, 27 April 2017 02:55 PM
WE CAN CHANGE THE COLOUR OF THEIR UNIFORMS, BUT NOT OF THEIR STATEMENTS.
mm Thursday, 27 April 2017 03:07 PM
same system as MRs era.. no questions asked. via DM iOS App
DillonDP Thursday, 27 April 2017 03:25 PM
What ever said and done this fishy story i dont buy, the previous regim and the current regim is executing people the same style
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