CrimePolice Shot Two Robbers

Police Shot Two Robbers


- Advertisment -spot_img

Denpasar Police arrested two perpetrators of car glass tipping.

The two perpetrators are Abdul Wahid Abdulrahman alias Akang, 40, and Ikram Yaru, 42. Both were involved in tapping the car glass belonging to the victim named Helmi Zamani on Thursday (4/2/2021) at around 20.00 in the parking lot of the Gosha Restaurant, Jalan Gatot Subroto Barat.

“The two perpetrators ripped open the windshield using screwdrivers and took a black bag containing a cellphone,” explained the Head of Criminal Investigation Unit of the Denpasar Police, Police Commissioner I Dewa Putu Gede Anom Danujaya, Saturday (27/2).

The victim came to the restaurant where the incident occurred and parked his vehicle in the parking lot. After leaving the restaurant, he was shocked to see that the glass on his car door was broken. The black bag containing several important letters and his cellphone also disappeared. Upon this incident, the victim reported to the Police.

From the victim’s report, the police then conducted an investigation. Then, Wednesday (24/2) at around 23.00, the two perpetrators were arrested at an inn on Jalan Persada, West Denpasar.

During the arrest, the two perpetrators tried to escape and fight back. As a result, the police officers had to shoot the perpetrators in the legs.

From the results of the interrogation, it turned out that the two perpetrators had acted at 10 crime scenes in the Denpasar to Gianyar area. One of the two perpetrators, Abdul Wahid, was a recidivist.

From their actions at dozens of crime scenes, they have managed to steal tens of millions of cash, and several valuable electronic items.

Now both of them are subject to Article 363 of the Criminal Code with the threat of seven years in prison.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest news

Opening Next Week, Bali Arts Festival Collaborates with 10.000 Artists

The Bali Arts Festival will enter its 43rd year of implementation this year. The plan is that the biggest...
- Advertisement -spot_imgspot_img

65.000 Expats Working from Bali During the Pandemic

65.000 expatriates worked from Bali during the Covid-19 pandemic and 80 percent of them were digital nomad tourists. Director...

Must read

- Advertisement -spot_imgspot_img

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you