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Sri Lanka police seeks public help to nab LTTE explosive expert

Colombo Page, 8 June 2014

June 08, Colombo: Sri Lanka police are seeking public assistance to nab a former explosive expert of the Tamil terrorist group Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), who had escaped arrest during a search operation.Police Media Spokesmen SSP Ajith Rohana said at a media briefing today that the during a search operation on June 04, the police arrested an individual in the possession of nearly 15 kilograms of TNT explosives in the Madhu area of Mannar.A second suspect believed to be an explosive expert of the now defunct terrorist group had escaped during the police operation and remains at large.
The arrested suspect, Nandarasa Saundranayagam, a resident of Madhu, was handed over to the Terrorist Investigation Department (TID) for interrogation and during questioning he had revealed the identity of the second suspect who escaped.


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