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Sex Trafficking: CID makes two more arrests; suspects remanded

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COLOMBO (News 1st) – Two more men arrested for their alleged link to the sex trafficking ring in Oman were remanded to the 1st of December 2023.The suspects were produced to the Colombo Chief Magistrate Nandana Amarasinghe by the Criminal Investigations Department on Tuesday (22).One suspect was arrested by the CID in Kurunegala, while the other was arrested in Colombo.Sri Lanka's Criminal Investigations Department arrested a woman with links to the sex trafficking ring in Oman, after she surrendered to the CID on Monday (21) morning.

She was later released on two personal bails of Rs. 300,000/- each.The Human Trafficking, Smuggling and Maritime Crime Investigation Division of the Criminal Investigation Department was hunting for Asha Dissanayake for several weeks for her links to a sex trafficking ring in Oman.The CID said that she had four registered addresses, and she had gone into hiding as search operations at those premises proved futile.

Therefore, the Director of the Human Trafficking, Smuggling and Maritime Crime Investigation Division of the Criminal Investigation Department SSP Samarakoon Banda had deployed two teams to locate and arrest her, and thereafter she surrendered to the authorities.

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