Police seek public help to locate a group of returnees from Italy

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Sri Lanka Police department has sought public support to identify at least 12 persons including infants who failed to undergo quarantine process, on their arrival from Italy recently.
“They have returned from Italy and had not been registered or quarantined,” the police media division said in a statement.
Although the Police Media Division has issued the photographs of those children for publication purpose, the Daily Mirror has decided to refrain from publishing them except three persons.
The Police also requested the public to contact the authorities using following numbers about the individuals in the pictures.
Hotlines,
119
071 859 1864
011 244 4480
011 244 4481

 

  Comments - 12

  • Sandra Tuesday, 24 March 2020 07:04 AM

    Very selfish. Parents should know to get the kids registered. Don't they realise that they are putting others at risk let alone themselves

    Independent Tuesday, 24 March 2020 07:46 AM

    Please tell the military leader to show a bit more care for the infants when they are in quarantine. They are little children after all.

    Jude Tuesday, 24 March 2020 07:56 AM

    HELLO, these people left SL by boat to Italy through Yemen !! HOWEVER, they Returned by flight thru Katunayake airport !! All inbound passengers MUST give details of WHERE they reside LAST one YEAR !!! YEAH!!

    Silva Tuesday, 24 March 2020 11:16 AM

    And you believe they will give the correct information

    Very bad arrangement by the government Tuesday, 24 March 2020 10:45 AM

    Immigration officers were sleeping at the time of arrival or government allowed them to enter the country by ship or boat? If they really passed thru the immigration point, now police need to search them. Something fishy

    Dee Tuesday, 24 March 2020 10:58 AM

    All have passports.Hmm. So boats also check passports when departing? If the children were born in Italy, the embassy would have issued them. Would have checked documentation of residence. Very fishy!

    Casanova Tuesday, 24 March 2020 11:10 AM

    Check every politicians' house and you will find them.

    Okka-ma Rajaveru Tuesday, 24 March 2020 11:47 AM

    No comment except we now know who the patriots are !

    HIjab Tuesday, 24 March 2020 12:04 PM

    why some faces covered up ?

    THIS IS MORE THAN THE CORONA ! - needs investigation Tuesday, 24 March 2020 12:43 PM

    The analysis shows 7 Infants, 2 Children , 2 Males and 1 female.( that is the 12 who have come) One male 81 years old, Other male 28 years old AND FOR ALL THE INFANTS ! there is only 1 (repeat ONE) Female 45 years old ! HOW COME ! needs more than investigation than the Corona investigation !

    There is something rotten in the state of Denmark ! Tuesday, 24 March 2020 12:50 PM

    "help to locate a group" - SOME group - comprising two assorted males, one middle age Female and 9 children of whom 7 are INFANTS ! -something fishy.

    QUESTION MORE Tuesday, 24 March 2020 01:01 PM

    Can immigration inform (a) date of issue of the passports for the three adults (b) date and place of issue of the infant's passports and the names of the parents entered, Some thing smells fishy and whether the immigration officer was involved to allow them entry (without further questions and clarifications need be investigated)


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