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EIGHT FIREARMS SEIZED IN PUNCAK JAYA, SEVEN POLICE OFFICERS INVESTIGATED BY PROPAM OF POLICE OFFICE PAPUA

Indonesia Police in Mulia, Puncak Jaya (Jubi)

Indonesia Police in Mulia, Puncak Jaya (Jubi)

Indonesia Police in Mulia, Puncak Jaya (Jubi)

Indonesia Police in Mulia, Puncak Jaya (Jubi)

Jayapura, 11/1 (Jubi) – Seven officers of the Police Station Sub-Sector Office Puncak Jaya were investigated by Propam of Police Office Papua related to the eight firearms that seized by the civilian group a few days ago, precisely on Saturday (4/1) afternoon, around 16:00 Papua time.

Head of Public Relations of Police Office Papua, Kombes Polisi Sulistyo Pudjo Hartono, justified that the investigation was conducted in relation of the incident of firearms deprivation in Puncak Jaya, but until now the seven officers were not yet taken to the Police Office Papua. “Yes, it’s true that they will take to the Police Office Papua. It is planned on Saturday (11/1), but they are not coming yet. It’s said that they will be come today but maybe there’s a problem with their flight?” said Pudjo, Saturday afternoon (11/1).

When reporter tried to get the confirmation, Chief of Police Office Puncak Jaya, AKBP Marselis Sarimin, could not be contacted via his cell phone. While a member of the Police Office Puncak Jaya who declines his name to be written, via short message, confirmed the departure of the seven officers. They are now in the Police Office Papua. “Yes sir, they are now already in the Papua Police Office,” he said. (Jubi/Indrayadi TH/P. Maizier)

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