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Tembagapura Timika police terrorized by Armed Criminal Group

Translated from bahasa Indonesia

http://news.detik.com/read/2015/01/09/035006/2798296/10/polsek-tembagapura-timika-diteror-kelompok-kriminal-bersenjata?9922022

Fri, 09/01/2015 03:50 WIB

Tembagapura Timika police terrorized by Armed Criminal Group

Jayapura - Police Office Tembagapura, Timika, Papua terrorized by a unkown person. A letter that was tied at the end of an arrow stuck in the wall Police.The letter allegedly sent by Ayub Waker, chairman of the Armed Criminal Group (KKB) which often operates in Timika.

As for the letter containing the plan of terror in other regions of Papua. "Conflict in Utikini been completed, the next will play in other areas," saidKabidhumas Papua Police, Patrige Rewarin, Thursday (08/01/2015).

Before deploying 1,576 police join unit to Timika to pursue perpetrators of the shooting of two members of Brimob and one Security Freeport member.

"We are not afraid in case of the threat. We do not afraid. It has been already instructed by the Chief of Police to arrest the shooter two of Brimob memberslive or dead and take back two seized weapons," said Patrige.

In fact, continued the former intelegence Vice Director of Papua Police, the letter does not make the police discouraged to look for the perpetrators.

Post the shooting, police arrested 12 people and are currently still in intensive interrogation.

"There are no suspects, but we continue to go into," said Patrige.

From the results of the interogation, he added, that 11 other people were told by Ayub Waker to pick the GM who was shot in the crossfire in the area of river Kabur.

"They are still a witness, not accused. Hopefully, any of which would provide information on who the shooter and seized of the fire arm," he said.

While 116 people are still undergoing investigation. However, of these 116, 47 women released by reason of which they have the responsibility of caring for their children. But to convince the police, they just recorded, fingerprinted and photographed and make a statement not join any organization that is prohibited and i not to return to the location of panning.

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http://news.detik.com/read/2015/01/09/035006/2798296/10/polsek-tembagapura-timika-diteror-kelompok-kriminal-bersenjata?9922022

Jumat, 09/01/2015 03:50 WIB

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