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Seya murder: suspects further remanded

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Two suspects including 17-year-old boy, arrested in connection with killing of five-year-old Seya Sadewmi in Kotadeniyawa were further remanded till October 2 by the Minuwangoda Magistrate today.

Police had requested the Magistrate D.A. Ruwanpathirana to not grant the suspects bail until DNA results were released.

A 17 year old schoolboy and a 33 year old man were arrested on suspicion by the Kotadniyawa police in connection with the rape and murder of Seya Sandevmi on September 19.

The Magistrate also cautioned the Police and Media about releasing information regarding the 17 year old suspect. (Tony Karunanayake)

  Comments - 5

  • PUJITHA Monday, 28 September 2015 12:34 PM

    Dear Citizen, Please do not give even water to Police personnel, even about to die. They are bad as that

    Dutchy Monday, 28 September 2015 02:58 PM

    Lack of kindness is behind every inhuman crime. We have to practise kindness. My philosophy is kindness.

    OMG Monday, 28 September 2015 07:09 PM

    If public and media allow police to do the investigation properly, can come to conclusion. Let them do the DNA test and get the result first.

    RuwanL Monday, 28 September 2015 11:31 AM

    The two innocent suspect should be released immediately. What is the police doing? We the public wish to know on what evidence did they prosecute the two suspects. The police were too hasty in their investigation. They also have to be compensated for the blunder of the police!

    Dutchy Monday, 28 September 2015 11:58 AM

    Public must be fought the golden rule and the fact that everyone is innocent until proven guilty. What police duty is bringing suspects before the court and prosecution. it is up to the courts to decide their guilt

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