Labora Sitorus, Corrupt Indonesian policeman, jailed in 2014 for 15 years for large-scale timber theft - Jubi

Thousands Kiloliters of Labora’s Gasoline Remain Unknown

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Labora Sitorus, Corrupt Indonesian policeman, jailed in 2014 for 15 years for large-scale timber theft - Jubi
Labora Sitorus, Corrupt Indonesian policeman, jailed in 2014 for 15 years for large-scale timber theft – Jubi

Sorong, Jubi – Sorong District Prosecutor Office of Papua Barat Province said it had not found evidence of 10,000 kiloliters of gasoline belonging to convicted illegal logger and money launderer Labora Sitorus.

Criminal Section Chief of Sorong District Prosecutor Edi Utomo said  in Sorong on Tuesday (26/4/2016) that such fuel would be seized for the State but the evidence has not been settled at Labora’s residence and its existence remains a mystery.

“We have come to his residence located at PT Rotua, Tampa Garam but couldn’t find it and it is still in searching,” he said.

The assets belong to the former police officer of Raja Ampat Labora Sitorus that have been executed by the prosecutor office are five trucks and three boats. The chief said those assets would be immediately auctioned.

“We are now asking the State Property Service and Auction Office of Papua in Jayapura to estimate the value of assets before being auctioned,” he said.  Sorong District Prosecutor Office has auctioned Labora’s assets such as a number of car units, boats, severe equipment, gasoline and timber amounted of Rp 6 billion. (*/rom)

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