LAHORE - A newly-married 18-year-old stage actress, her husband and another young female were burnt alive under mysterious circumstances early Saturday morning in Sherakot police limits when the said victims were asleep, along with other family members, in their Yousaf Nagar residence. According to details given by the police, a stage actress Sana was the second wife of deceased 28-year-old Muhammad Nasir, who was a clerk in the Provincial Education Department. Nasir and Sana contracted marriage only a few weeks back. His first wife Neelam was mother of a child, and his both wives were living in the same house. All were related to each other, and belong to village Ali Pur Chattha. According to the police some unknown men entered Nasir's house by scaling the walls when all the family members including Nasir's two wives, his mother and young cousin of Nasir's second wife were asleep at the courtyard of the house. The intruders burnt alive Nasir, his second wife Sana and her cousin Saima by sprinkling kerosene oil on them and escaped from the scene. The other family members got up when they heard cries of the injured and immediately rushed them to the Mayo Hospital where they all succumbed to their burn injuries. SHO Sherakot Rehan Zia said it would be premature to say anything about the involvement of anybody in the incident. Apparently, the killers were unknown, and police were unaware about their identity. He, however, disclosed that the deceased Nasir's wives had differences over some family issues, and the involvement of the first wife Neelam could not be ruled out in the triple murder. He said Neelam had expressed her doubt over Sana's father saying that he was unhappy with the second marriage of her husband with his daughter. The SHO said no body has submitted any application regarding the incident and bodies had been sent to the city morgue for autopsy. Another police investigator said Nasir contracted the second marriage without getting permission from the elders of his family, including Sana's parents. Seeking anonymity told this scribe that the police have arrested two men on suspicion.