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Tito Kei was Shot from 3-meter Range  
Saturday, 01 June, 2013 | 10:50 WIB
Tito Kei was Shot from 3-meter Range  

TEMPO.CO, Bekasi - The police suspected Tito Refra Kei was shot from a distance of 3 meters with an FN gun. "From the ongoing crime scene investigation, the suspect without saying anything shot the victim right away," said Senior Commissioner Priyo Widyanto, Bekasi City Police Chief, Saturday, June 1. 

Priyo explained the police has not gathered any information on how many suspects were involved in this murder, but he predicted there was only one suspect wearing a black jacket and a full-face helmet walking towards the victim and executed the shot.

Investigators found a bullet shell at a distance of 3 meters from the crime scene and a projectile about 10-meter away.

Based on the witness information, the suspect released two shots. The first was aimed towards the back of Tito’s head piercing to his right eye temple. The second hit Ratim (70), owner of a food stall who was sitting in front of Tito. "(The bullet) went through his left chest," said Priyo.

The murder happened when Tito was playing cards with his neighbors, Friday, May 31 around 8 p.m. They were relaxing nearby Tito's residence on Jalan Raya Titian Indah Kalibaru, Medansatria, Bekasi.



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