Mro national killed in Maungtaw Township

A man from a Mro village in Maungtaw Township, Rakhine State, was found dead with multiple stab wounds on Wednesday after he did not return from a fishing trip.
U Laung Pyaw, 45, son of U Hto Hlaing, and 17 villagers from Trane (Mro) Village, in Maungtaw Township went fishing about 6 miles south of the village on Tuesday afternoon. U Laung Pyaw left to return to the village by himself before the others at around 5:30 p.m. When the 17 villagers arrived back at the village at 7 p.m, U Laung Pyaw could not be found, prompting U Ein Soe Maung, the head of the village, to call the Trane Police Post.
On Wednesday morning, police and about 30 Mro villagers searched for U Laung Pyaw and found his body in a field about 100 feet west of Myaw Chaung (North) village.
His body was found with a cut on the right hand, a cut in his armpit, and two thrusting stab wounds in the stomach. It was found that skin of his male organ was also removed. The body was sent to Maungtaw Hospital for post mortem examination.
A case has been opened in Kyeinchaung area police station. —Myanmar News Agency

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