Police constable stabs girlfriend

Police constable stabs girlfriend

Colombo: An incident had been reported from Siyambalape area in Sapugaskanda (Sri Lanka) where a constable from Peliyagoda police station has allegedly stabbed his girlfriend, ‘Sunday Mawbima’ reported.

The 32-year-old suspect and 28-year-old young woman from Matugama were romantically involved for the past two years and a sudden dispute between them angered the suspect. As a result of a heated argument, he went to the hostel where girl has been staying with a knife and stabbed her, police said. Police said there have been trouble in their love-life.

The girl suffered some injuries due to the stabbing and has been admitted to the Ragama teaching hospital. The suspect has been released on a surety bail of Rs.500,000 (Sri Lankan rupee) after being produced before the magistrate court and the magistrate had ordered the police to file a case on January 29 while ordering the suspect not to visit the victim at the hospital or in her hostel. Sapugaskanda police will continue with the investigating.

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