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Five arrested for trespassing into President’s residence and theft released on bail

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COLOMBO (News 1st); The Colombo Fort Magistrate's Court on Friday (9) ordered for the release of five suspects on bail who were remanded for trespassing into the President's House and theft.Three suspects who appeared in court today who were named as suspects in this incident have also been released on bail.

Colombo Fort Magistrate Thilina Gamage ordered that the suspects be released on bail of Rs. 500,000 each.31 suspects, including Ven.

Pokunwita Piyasoma Thero, Rev. Jeewantha Peiris, Roshan Ali, Dhaniz Ali, Lahiru Weerasekera, who are on bail in connection with this incident, also appeared before Court today.The hearing of the case scheduled to be held on November 11th.  .

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