Let us take a simple example. Suppose we hear that person X has died. We will become sad and suffer only if X is someone close to us, say a parent. If we don’t even know who X is, we will not suffer hearing that X has died. The stronger the attachment to X, the stronger the distress/sadness (dukkha vedanā) that we feel.
Technically, that should be dōmanassa vedanā right? Because, dukha vedanā only arises due to body/touch sense.