Body of Tamil woman recovered in Vavuniyaa

[TamilNet, Thursday, 17 September 2009, 10:20 GMT]
Vavuniyaa police recovered the decomposed body of an eighteen-year-old Tamil married woman from a closed shop located along 10th Lane in Vairavapu’liyangku’lam in Vavuniyaa. A Sri Lanka Army (SLA) camp is located in front of the shop where building materials are sold, sources in Vavuniyaa said. Police had been notified by the public that an offensive smell was emanating from the said shop and they had to break in to recover the body.

The woman was identified as Suhiyanthy, third daughter of one Sivakumar of Ne’lukkul’am area, by her brother and mother when Vavuniyaa Magistrate Mr. Alexrajah conducted the inquest into the death at the site where her body was found.

She was married to Stanley, an employee working in the shop three months ago, the sources said.

The mother of the dead woman told the Magistrate at the site that her daughter left home Monday to go to the shop.

The Magistrate ordered postmortem to find out the cause of her death.

 

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