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Doctor Killed by Enraged Husband in East Jakarta

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - A doctor named Letty Sultri was shot and killed by her own husband, who is also a doctor, at the clinic she worked at Azzahra Medical Centre, East Jakarta, on Thursday, November 10.

“The suspect is already in the custody of Jakarta Metro Police investigators,” said Kramatjati Police Chief Commissioner Suyud at the crime scene yesterday, Nov. 9.

East Jakarta police chief Senior Commissioner Andry Wibowo said that the shooting happened around 02:00 PM. The suspect Hilmi fired six close-range shots to Doctor Letty’s head and body. “The temporary motive is that [the suspect] does not want to divorce [Letty] after she filed for the divorce,” said Andry.

Following the shooting, police immediately questioned three witnesses that were present at the crime scene. One of them is Letty’s friend, Nabila, who explained that Letty and Hilmi had argued in the clinic’s yard prior to the shooting.

Nabila recounted that Lenny ran into the clinic seeking help from her, but Nabila evaded once she saw Hilmi holding a gun. Six shots could be heard not long after the altercation took place. Letty was found lifeless while Hilmi fled the scene.


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