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Main suspect of Kurunegala constable's murder case shot dead

The main suspect of the recent abduction of two Police Constables and subsequent murder of one while on duty in Kurunegala was arrested yesterday by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID). The suspect has been shot dead in an exchange of gunshots between the Police and the suspect when the suspect was accompanied by the police to recover hidden weapons.

Ceylontoday, 2014-05-18 13:11:00
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Main suspect of Kurunegala constable's murder case shot dead

The main suspect of the recent abduction of two Police Constables and subsequent murder of one while on duty in Kurunegala was arrested yesterday by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID).

The suspect has been shot dead in an exchange of gunshots between the Police and the suspect when the suspect was accompanied by the police to recover hidden weapons.

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