One Unmanned motorbike was found parked at Batu Belig Beach, Kerobokan, North Kuta District, Badung on Thursday, November 5 in the morning.
It is estimated that the motorbike type of automatic has been at the location for 2 days, it is not certain who the owner of the motorbike is, but at the location a valuable item is found in the form of a cell phone and sandals. Initial allegations that the owner of the motorbike drowned while swimming at a local beach.
It was then confirmed by the finding of an unidentified body was found stranded on Petitenget Beach near the Bali tourist post on Friday, November 6 in the morning
According to Gede Darmada S.E., M.AP., Head of the Denpasar Bali search and rescue office, the victim was found at 6.30 in the morning at local time in a position approximately 1 km south of the scene. Precisely at the coordinates 8o40.928”S – 115o9.002”E and found dead. “Then the victim was evacuated using an ambulance for the Badung regency tourism to the Mangusada Hospital,” said Darmada.
Based on information from Gede Darmada, the testimony of a number of witnesses at the location stated that the owner of the Honda Beat motorbike with the police number DK 3708 FAR was last seen on Wednesday, November 4 at 6:20 pm local time. At that time, eyewitnesses saw the owner of the motorbike swimming on the beach. The witness who saw that time tried to stop the victim. But when he was approached, the victim was no longer visible. The witness then reported the incident to the Balawisata officers and forwarded it to the police. “After the report to the national search and rescue agency came in, the team from the national search and rescue agency immediately moved to the location for the search, including deploying 1 inflatable boat research unit,” explained Darmada.
The search efforts by the joint search and rescue team carried out yesterday by deploying 2 rubber boats until evening had no results. Friday morning, the second day of the Search and Rescue operation was carried out by deploying 10 personnel. The search and rescue elements involved during the Search And Rescue operation include the Bali national search and rescue agency, Ditsamapta Polda Bali, Bali Police Department, Balawisata, Potential SAR radio 115, SAI Rescue Denpasar and local communities.
Previously reported that the Bali national search and rescue agency received a report about the discovery of a Honda Beat motorbike parked at Batu Belig Beach and a brown t-shirt and sandals on the beach near Villa Phalosa Thursday, November 5. And according to the confession of an eye witness who saw the person being swept away the previous day, but after looking for the results to no avail