Pillayan’s PS chairman remanded for dog theft

A Pradeshiya Sabha Chairman representing Eastern Province Chief Minister Sivanesathurai Chandrakanthan’s TMVP, and four others including three policemen have been arrested for the theft of a dog in Batticaloa, Police said.

Kalawanchikudi Pradeshiya Sabha Chairman Vinodharajah Mohanasundaram and the four others had come for dinner at a popular restaurant in Kallady on Friday night and after their meals, had packed the restaurant owner’s Doberman into their vehicle and gone away, according to Police.

The owner lodged a complaint with the Police and this resulted in the PS Chairman and the four others being arrested and produced before Batticaloa Magistrate B. Ramakamalan who remanded them. The dog and the owner have been reunited.

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