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Four more bodies found dumped in Vavuniya

[TamilNet, Friday, 19 January 2007, 06:54 GMT]
Four more bodies found dumped in the suburbs of Vavuniya, were handed over to the hospital mortuary, Friday morning, police in the northern town said. The victims are yet to be identified, hospital sources said.

The bodies of three young men were found near Gnanavairavar tempel along Mathakuvaithakulam road in Thavasikkulam, Friday.

The police said the victims are belived to have been tortured and killed.

All of them have been strangeled to death, and there are gun shot injuris on two of them, according to the police.

Meanwhile, unknown armed men shot dead a youth at Maharambaikulam area in Vavuniya Thursday. The victim is yet to be identified, the police said.


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