[ Sunday, 19 August 2012, 03:51.07 PM GMT +05:30 ]
Police found three bodies beleived to be members of the same family- father, mother and daughter - were found in an apartment complex in Ramakrishna Terrace, Wellawatte this afternoon.
The Police spokesman’s office said the bodies were found at 12.30 last afternoon.
“The bodies were found in a flat situated in Ramakrishna Terrace. The Police are currently at the scene conducting investigations. The causes of the deaths have not been established yet,” the office said.
The victims are 58 years old Kumarasuwamy, his wife Poowathi and 23 years old daughter Amirthapriya are residents of the Kotagala area. They had arrived in Colombo on Sunday with their son who is now missing, sources said.
Elder son of the victim has brought them towards Colombo and returned to Kotagala. Currenty he was escape from the area.
A female victim has been shot dead by unknown gunmen who had arrived on a motorbike in the Melagama area in Wadduwa a short while ago, the Police Spokesman SSP Ajith Rohana stated.
Police stated that the victim was a witness in an ongoing murder case.
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