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Police: Investigation into Brimob Personnel Shooting Underway  
Thursday, 12 October, 2017 | 19:54 WIB
Police: Investigation into Brimob Personnel Shooting Underway  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The National Police chief General Tito Karnavian said that investigation into the ownership of AK101 found at the scene of the shooting of three Mobile Brigade (Brimob) personnel in Central Java is underway. The incident took place on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 10.

Tito said that if investigators found any violation in the selection, the use and distribution of the gun, he will punish the person in charge. He expects people not to overgeneralized police’s failure to monitor the use of weapons.

Read: Police HQ to Evaluate Firearms Use Following Personnel's Death

Three Brimob personnel died in the shooting incident: Brigadier Budi Wibowo, 30, Brigadier Ahmad Supriyanto, 35, and Chief Brigadier Bambang Tejo, 36. The latter allegedly shot two of his colleagues before killing himself.

Earlier, Central Java Police chief Insp. Gen. Condro Kirono said that the gun was found near Bambang Tejo’s body. He added that Tejo had a gunshot wound to the head. Meanwhile, two of his colleagues had gunshot wounds to their body.

The National Police chief added that the motive behind the shooting of Brimob personnel was personal issues. “For now, the motive is personal. Debt-related stress,” he said.


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