Thajudeen’s Mobile Phone Recovered

Tuesday, 08 September 2015 - 9:05


The CID has recovered ruggerite Vaseem Thaajudeen’s mobile phone who died mysteriously while it was in the possession of a person in Aagara-pathana in Nuwara Eliya.

Police Media spokesman ASP Ruwan Gunasekera said that a certain individual had picked up this mobile phone during the vehicle accident connected with Thaajudeen’s death in 2012.

While an employee of a shop near the Shaalikaa Stadium in Narahenpita had picked up the phone in front of the stadium, he had subsequently given it to his son.

The person who received the mobile phone is a resident of Aagarapathan.

It was possible to trace and identify Thaajudeen’s mobile phone with the help of the IMEI number.

The police media spokesman said that investigation is carried out with regard to the incident.

The police media spokesman also said that the CID had recovered the mobile phone three weeks ago.


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