TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Police officers claimed that no items were found missing in the Puomas robbery that resulted in six deaths on Monday, December 26, 2016.
The Police also confirmed that they found no missing footage from the CCTV recordings that was placed in the house owned by Dodi Triyono at North Pulomas Street, East Jakarta.
"No [CCTV footage] is missing," according to the Head of Public Information Division of the Jakarta Police Comr. Raden Prabowo Argo Yuwono on Tuesday, December 27, 2016.
According to Argo, the Police are still investigating and piecing together the chain of events that took place in the house. Argo said that no valuable items were missing from the house. "We're investigating [the crime], inspecting the CCTV [footage], we're attempting to discover the [perpetrators'] motive," Argo said.
As reported earlier, Dodi was found dead together with five other people in a small bathroom. The dead victims are identified as Dodi Triono (59), Diona Arika (16), Dionita Gemma (9), Amel (10), and two of the victim's personal chauffeur, Yanto and Tasrok.