The team of Resmob and Information Technology at the Criminal Investigation Unit of the Bali Police succeeded in arresting muggers who specifically targeted foreign nationals and theft of motorbikes. The perpetrator was Muhammad alias Mat, 33 years old from Lumajang, East Java. The perpetrator was arrested at Jalan Danau Tempe, Sanur, Saturday, November 14 yesterday.
Director of Criminal Investigation of the Bali Regional Police, Police Commissioner Dodi Rahmawan, Monday, November 16 said that one of the victims of mugging from the action carried out by Mat was 38 year old Trinh Ngoc Tran from Vietnam. The chronology on Tuesday, 5 May, the victim crossed Jalan Danau Tamblingan to Sanur beach.
At that time the victim was holding a cellphone and was immediately grabbed by the perpetrator. As a result, the victim suffered a loss of 4,099,000 rupiahs. After the mugging incident the victim then reported it to the police.
Based on the information report provided by Trinh Ngoc Tran, the Resmob team at the Criminal Investigation Unit led by the head of the Police Unit, Made Adiguna, conducted an investigation. In July, officers managed to secure the cellphone.
Furthermore, on Saturday, November 14 at 11.30 PM local time, the police carried out an investigation around Jalan Danau Tempe and succeeded in securing the perpetrator. “These actors act across districts,” he said.
The results of the interrogation, the perpetrator admitted to snatching on Jalan Danau Tamblingan, in front of Ruko Jalan By-pass Ngurah Rai on November 9, 2020, Jalan Sindu Sanur on November 11, 2020 and on Jalan Hayam Wuruk on November 9, 2020.
Currently, the suspect Muhammad alias Mat, 33 years, from Lumajang, East Java, is still being investigated by investigators at the Bali Police Criminal Investigation Unit. It turns out that apart from mugger specifically targeting foreign nationals, the perpetrators were also involved in the theft of motorbikes across districts. Director of Criminal Investigation of the Bali Regional Police, Police Commissioner Dodi Rahmawan, Monday, November 16 said that the results of the development of the mugger case, the perpetrator also admitted to the crime of stealing motorbikes. “He admitted to having acted in 8 crime scenes,” he said.
The results of the investigation and investigation showed that the perpetrator stole a motorcycle. The perpetrators took action around Padanggalak, East Denpasar, Pura Dalem Gianyar, Kesiman Denpasar, Uluwatu, Ubud and in Sukawati about 5 months ago. “We secured 6 motorbikes as a result of the perpetrator’s crime, Key T and cellphones, said Chief Commissioner Dodi.