SSP’s wife remanded

[TamilNet, Friday, 21 August 2009, 05:48 GMT]
Sharmalie Priyadradhani Perera, wife of Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Vass Gunawardena, was remanded till August 31st by Kaduwala Magistrate Thursday evening. She surrendered to the police in the morning and was produced in court later after being interrogated by the police.

She is a suspect in the abduction and assault case of IT student Nipuna Ramanayake. The prime suspect in the incident is her son Ravindu Gunawardene.

Ravindu along with eleven police personnel were already remanded till August 31.

Kaduwala Magistrate directed the police to produce all the fourteen suspects on August 31 along with a report on SSP Vass Gunawardena’s alleged involvement in the abduction and assault incident.

The preliminary investigation revealed that SSP Vass Gunawardene was in the van when the IT student Nipuna was abducted.


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