The body found this afternoon in Verona nell’Adige is of the Sinhalese woman who was wanted since yesterday after killing the two girls 11 and 3 years old. Confirmation came from investigative sources. The personal effects of the woman, who would have turned 34 on October 31, had been found nearby. Then a shoe was found, so divers from the Fire Department saw a sweatshirt floating in the river and finally the body of Sachithra Ninansala Fernando Dewendra Mahawaduge. The Sinhalese community and the ex-husband himself had also mobilized for the research, with appeals on social media.
The two sisters aged 11 and 3 died of violent mechanical suffocation found lifeless yesterday morning in the reception house of Porto San Pancrazio in Verona. This is what ANSA learns from qualified sources, at the end of the autopsy. The mother is suspected of the double crime. They may have been killed with a pillow, even though nothing was found out of place in the room. Other medical-legal investigations will be made, such as toxicological tests, but the Prosecutor Federica Ormanni will give the authorization for the burial. The murder file is open against unknown persons.
“Please, the girls have a fever, give me some medicine and then let them sleep. I’m not sending them to school today.” These are the last words, addressed to a social worker, spoken yesterday morning by Sachithra Mahawaduge, the 34-year-old Sinhalese woman suspected of killing her 3 and 11-year-old daughters in the shelter in Verona. The mayor of Verona, Federico Sboarina, reconstructed what happened in the municipal structure yesterday morning. “The lady reported that the two daughters were indisposed and asked for an anti-flu drug. After some time the operator went into the rooms and saw the girls in bed who seemed to be sleeping, the light on in the bathroom. she thought her mother was in the bathroom and left the room. ” “After about ten minutes – continued Sboarina – the operator went back to the room, entered the bathroom and realized that no one was there. At that point she went to check on the two girls making the terrible discovery. They were already lifeless. ” “The bathroom window was open and therefore the mother certainly moved away from there” concluded Sboarina. As for the relationship with her husband and the reasons that led to the expulsion of the woman and the daughters from the family, it was learned that the complaints for alleged mistreatment of the man have recently been filed.
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