CrimeTheft Recidivist Arrested by Bali Police

Theft Recidivist Arrested by Bali Police


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A recidivist I Nyoman Alit aka Bolot was forced to get treatment at the Bayangkara Hospital Polda Bali.

The man from Denpasar was shot in his two legs after trying to escape and fighting the officers when he was about to be arrested on Jalan Raya Kampus Unud, Jimbaran, South Kuta, Badung.

The arrest of the unemployed man stems from a report of a victim, Irma. A woman from Semarang, Central Java.

She admitted that she lost three cellphones and Rp. 10 million in cash at her house on Jalan Gunung Kalimutu Gang V No. 4A Monang-Maning, West Denpasar.

The incident occurred on Monday (22/2) at around 13.00. At that time the victim had just returned from the market.

Arriving home, she then put the bag and three cellphones on the table. She then went to the bathroom to take a shower. Unfortunately at that time, she forgot to lock the front door.

“When she returned, the victim was shocked because three HP units and Rp10 million in cash had gone missing. On that basis, she then reported to the police,” explained a police source, Sunday (9/5).

Based on this report, the Denpasar Police’s Criminal Investigation Unit conducted an investigation. On Friday (7/5) night, the perpetrator was finally arrested by the Denpasar Police of the Criminal Investigation Unit at Raya Kampus Unud, Jimbaran.

In the arrest, the perpetrator tried to fight back and tried to escape. As a result, the police took firm action shooting at his right and left leg.

After that, he was taken to the Emergency Room at the Bali Police Bayangkara Hospital for treatment. From the results of the interrogation, the perpetrator claimed to have acted at four crime scenes in Denpasar.

From the arrest, evidence was also secured by a unit of cellphone and the perpetrator’s motorbike, a black Honda Beat DK 4328 FAG.

Regarding this arrest, the Head of Denpasar Police, Kombes Jansen Avitus Panjaitan confirmed the arrest.


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