Saturday, March 25, 2017


Police Have Arrested A Group Of Students Along With 22 Vehicles They Were In Over Violating Traffic laws

Police have today (25) arrested a group of students
attached  two leading schools along with  22 vehicles they were in for violating traffic rules during a vehicle parade held in Colombo to mark an inter school cricket match (Big Match).

Borella and Cinnamon Gardens Police stations made these arrests and Police are due to take a legal action against the arrested students.

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A Person Was Killed After Colliding With A Train

A fifty five year old person was killed after colliding with a train travelling
 from Colombo Fort to Polgahawela near the Gampaha Railway station today(25).

The post mortem of the deceased was conducted in Gampaha Hospital.

Formerly A Boy Abducted A Girl-Now A Girl Friend Abducted Her Boy Friend

Police had arrested a group of youth including two females who had
abducted a person in Kelaniya area (Western Province) last noon(24).

The group belonging to the age group 18-25 had abducted the person in a Three Wheeler  as per the instructions of  one of the young females of the group who is the girl friend of the abducted person it has been revealed .

The abduction had  taken place as the abducted person and his girl friend  in the group  abducted him had an argument got angry with each other according to the Police .

The suspects are residents of pethiyagoda in Kelaniya area it has been revealed .

A Seventy Year Old Person Was Killed After A Van Crashed At Him

A seventy year old person was killed after a Van travelling to Anuradhapura
 from Thambuththegama area(North Central Province) crashed at him while walking along  the corner of the road in Thalawa area this morning(25).

The deceased had been identified as a resident of Thalawa area according to the Thalawa police.

Police had arrested the van driver over the accident .

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