Mangala’s residence break-in: suspect remanded

2 January 2014 07:23 am - 4     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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Panadura-North Police today arrested the man who is suspected of having broken into UNP parliamentarian Mangala Samaraweera’s residence at Galkanuwa in Keselwatta, Panadura on Monday night.

Police recovered several bottles of foreign liquor and a laptop that the suspect was alleged to have taken away. Police said the suspect is a resident of Payagala and a frequent visitor to Mr. Samaraweera’s residence.  He will be produced before the Panadura Magistrate this morning.

The suspect was produced before the Panadura Magistrate Ruchira Weliwathta and was remanded till January 8. (Siri Mahabellana and Kusal Chamath)

  Comments - 4

  • Calistus Jayatilleke Friday, 03 January 2014 06:53 AM

    Sounds like they caught another "Kangetta" to hide the real culprit who entered the house to carry out a government contract by going through some documents. It is ridiculous to even suggest that the UNP should introduce "Mathata Thitha" because they never proposed it and when those who introduced it have now lost control over it by indulging in heavy booze at every turn.

    Hapuarachchi Thursday, 02 January 2014 10:36 AM

    Why can't the UNP introduce Mathata Thitha in their party and show an example to MR?

    pol ibba Friday, 03 January 2014 05:21 AM

    So some documents having been taken away or looked at is another lie of the pacha mama ?

    investigator Thursday, 02 January 2014 09:09 AM

    he came to clean the home.


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