2 Tamil foreign returnees arrested in Wellawatte

[TamilNet, Monday, 08 June 2009, 12:31 GMT]
Wellawatte Police Saturday arrested two Tamils who returned from abroad and have detained on the order of the Defence Ministry. The arrested were taken into custody while they were staying in a house located along 37th Lane in Wellawatte with their relatives, media sources said.

Police spokesperson said both arrested are alleged to be residents of Mullaiththeevu and went abroad.

The arrested are being interrogated by the Criminal Investigation Department of the police, sources said.

 

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