Four bodies with gunshot injuries recovered in Muttur

[TamilNet, Sunday, 19 November 2006, 16:44 GMT]
Fourbodies of unidentified civilians were recovered Sunday in Allesgarden, a suburb in Trincomalee town and Pattithidal in Muttur division, civil society sources in Trincomalee said. Three bodies are being kept Trincomalee General Hospital, and the other in Muttur Hospital mortuary for identification, hospital sources said.

Uppuveli Police recovered two bodies with gunshot injuries Sunday afternoon at Allesgarden. Police said the victims have been shot dead somewhere else and their bodies have later been dumped at Allesgarden.

One source said both persons are from Dankotuwa in the south. No official confirmation of the identity of the victims.

Another body recovered Sunday morning in the same area has also not been identified.

In Pattithidal the body of a youth, about 24-years age, was recovered near a cemetery with gunshot injuries. The victim's body has been transferred to the Muttur hospital mortuary, sources said.

 

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