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Two Men in Bali Have Stolen Hundreds of Drugs at Kimia Farma

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Denpasar Police, Bali, arrested two perpetrators of drug theft at Kimia Farma Pharmacy. The perpetrators, known as Isak and Hendra, were arrested on Saturday (1/5), at around 00:30 in Denpasar, Bali.

“Yes, these perpetrators stole drugs at the closed Kimia Farma Pharmacy. They broke the glass then (entered) and took the drugs,” said Denpasar Police Chief Jansen Avitus Panjaitan, at the Denpasar Police Headquarters, Monday (10/5).

The incident took place at Kimia Farma Pharmacy on Jalan Imam Bonjol, Pemecutan Village, West Denpasar District, Bali, on Friday (30/4) at around 03:00.

At that time, an employee named Habibati Qurrota found out that some items had been stolen. These drugs were 2 mg of merlopam or 500 tablets of larozepam, 290 tablets of meriopam 0.5 mg, 120 tablets of analgesics, 60 tablets of prohiper, 640 tablets of valisanbe, 142 tablets of clofiritis, 10 tablets of phhenobarbital.

In addition, the perpetrator also stole a gray Samsung A02 brand cellphone and cash in the amount of Rp. 1.100.000 from Kimia Farma Pharmacy.

“After checking on CCTV, we revealed that an unknown person entered the pharmacy and it was immediately reported to the West Denpasar Police,” Panjaitan added.

Then, the police checked the crime scene, took the testimonies of the witnesses, and then arrested the two perpetrators in the Denpasar area, Bali.

The evidence was found in the form of a stolen cellphone and drugs that had been stolen by the two perpetrators.

The perpetrators committed theft of drugs to be sold back to food stalls. However, when they were about to sell them, the perpetrators were arrested.

The perpetrators confessed that they did not understand what drugs they had stolen, they only took what drugs they saw. And all of them were sedative.

SourceMerdeka

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