The police said that they had arrested a group of abductors who had demanded ransom for the release of a woman and her child in Udugama.A 28 year old woman and her child were abducted on May 19 from their residence after the abductors broke into the house. The woman and the child were taken away in a van by the abductors who had later demanded Rs, 500,000 as ransom. The police said that the suspects had attempted to obtain Rs.  2,500,000 as ransom. Both the woman and the child were found the very next day, the police media unit said today. The police said that four suspects were arrested over the incident and a hand grenade was also recovered.Meanwhile in a separate incident the Colombo Crimes Division (CCD) arrested three suspects in Mawanela over an attempt to abduct a person and obtain ransom.

admin | 3216976577@qq.com

Related Posts

first_imgGRANDE PRAIRIE, A.B. – Grande Prairie RCMP are issuing a warning following a series of recent overdoses.According to RCMP, the Alberta Health Services EMS responded to approximately 14 overdose calls within the last four days.Police say investigations revealed a common trend of purple and pink coloured pills suspected to be heroin. Grande Prairie RCMP along with AHS, are cautioning individuals who engage in illegal drug use to exercise extreme caution when purchasing, and using illicit drugs.Individuals experiencing an overdose can show the following symptoms;breathing slowly or not breathing at allnails and/or lips are bluechoking or throwing upmaking gurgling soundsskin is cold and clammyNaloxone kits are available at pharmacies, community clinics and emergency departments.If you suspect an individual is experiencing an overdose, call 911 immediately.For more information on drug overdoses, you can visit drugsafe.ca.last_img

PARIS — Scuffles have broken out between French yellow vest protesters and police in a 13th consecutive weekend of demonstrations.Police fired tear gas in Paris to disperse demonstrators near the Champs-Elysees avenue on Saturday afternoon as scuffles broke out.The protest in the French capital has passed the National Assembly and will end up near the Eiffel Tower.The yellow vest activists, who have brought hundreds of thousands onto the streets over the past three months, are now trying to achieve electoral success but the movement is politically divided and has no appointed leader.President Emmanuel Macron — the target of many demonstrators’ anger — seems to be clawing back support as he tries to quell the movement with a national political debate. Recent polls show Macron’s approval ratings rising.The Associated Press

HALIFAX — A Halifax company has scored a deal to promote its “Slugterra” animated TV series through Burger King restaurants.DHX Media Ltd. says the fast-food chain has agreed to distribute four Slugterra toys this month in kids’ meals around the world.The company didn’t disclose financial details of the deal.The Slugterra toys are based on a creation by Vancouver-based animation studio Nerd Corps Entertainment, which has since been purchased by DHX Media.DHX Media expected to overcome loss of Disney licenceCorus Entertainment snaps up Disney content from DHX Media, plans to launch Disney channel in CanadaDHX has been expanding its kid- and youth-oriented entertainment business beyond the creation and distribution of programs such as “Inspector Gadget,” “Caillou” and the “Degrassi” franchise for teens and young adults.Among other things, DHX acquired Family and other Canadian specialty channels that were formerly part of the Astral lineup.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *