No trace of inspector who braved the LTTE

By Norman Palihawadana

Inspector N. M. Nilabdeen, who helped crack many a case against the LTTE and was responsible for arresting Tiger operatives in the South along with claymore mines, explosives and firearms, has disappeared without a trace since he went abroad owing to threats to his life.

Police Headquarters said yesterday that they had lost contact with him and there was a Rs. 200,000 reward waiting for him for getting to the bottom of the suicide

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vehicle bomb attack on the Central Bank Headquarters in Fort on January 31, 1996, which killed nearly a hundred people and injured more than 1,000 others.

On Tuesday, Inspector General of Police N. K. Illangakoon distributed rewards to those who had cracked the Central Bank bomb case and those responsible for major detections, but Inspector Nilabdeen was not there to collect his cheque.

Police spokesman SP Ajith Rohana said they would now call on the inspector’s wife to collect the reward on behalf of her husband.

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