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Six who cheated over Canada visas remanded till July 4

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Fort Magistrate Thilina Gamage ordered yesterday (28) that a male suspect and the five female suspects who allegedly cheated people of hundreds of thousands of rupees by claiming that they would grant them

education visas in Canada, be remanded until July 4. Following complaints received regarding the incident, Hettiarachchige Don Cyril Wijetunga, Dissanayake Mudiyanselage Nadeera Nilmini Kumarihami Dissanayake, Gamaralalage Madhushani Nirosha Seneviratne, Agalawatte Samindika Deshani Agalawatte and Malwattegedera Kavishani Mahesha, who were produced in court by the Colombo Fraud Investigation Division, were remanded in custody.

Two main suspects who were arrested and brought to court in connection with this incident have also been remanded.

Police informed the court that along with the suspects, three computers, three laptops, four printers, a scanner, fake deposit certificates, account statements, various pass books, documents related to assets prepared to be sent to embassies, and various official seals were taken into custody.

Police also told court that based on several complaints regarding money fraud, the police raided the center which was run in a building in Kadawatha using a search warrant obtained from the Fort Court.Police informed the court further that the suspects were accused of having prepared fake bank accounts and forged documents containing that information.

The arrested suspects are between the ages of 23 and 68 residing in Wattala, Ragama, Kelaniya and Seeduwa.

The magistrate requested the police to investigate the incident and report to court.

Thursday, June 29, 2023 – 01:22

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