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Man Arrested After Stealing Motorbike In Bali To Buy Milk For His Pregnant Wife

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A 26-year-old man named Nengah Agus Roihan from Pegayaman Village, Sukasada, has been arrested for motorbike theft in Buleleng.

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The Head of the Singaraja Police Department, Kompol Dewa Ketut Darma Aryawan, confirmed that the suspect was arrested after stealing a motorbike to buy milk for his pregnant wife.

“The suspect admitted that he sold the motorbike for USD $195 (IDR 2.8 million) and spent the money to buy a TV, stove, and milk for his pregnant wife,” Kompol Aryawan said on Wednesday (2/3). The police began the investigation after receiving a report from a victim named Ketut Sukiasa (aged 66) on Thursday afternoon (27/1).

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The incident occurred when the suspect spotted Sukiasa’s motorbike with license number DK 4948 UX parked inside the victim’s garden with the key still attached to the vehicle.

“The suspect broke into the house and stole the motorbike before taking the vehicle to Denpasar to find a potential buyer,” Kompol Aryawan added. After a few days of investigation, the suspect was arrested from his boarding house in Darmasaba Village, Badung.

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During the interrogation, the suspect admitted that he sold the vehicle to a stranger on Jalan Imam Bonjol, Denpasar.

“The suspect has been detained as the recovery of the vehicle is still underway,” Aryawan concluded. The suspect might face 7 years of imprisonment to be held responsible for what he has done.

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Martina

Thursday 3rd of March 2022

Sad to think crime has to take place to buy items which have evil written all of them eg homogenized/heated/ processed milk is one of th unhealthiest food products on th planet. TV isn't exactly th healthiest hobby to have, altho better than a 'smart' phone; and raw food is much healthier than what comes off th stove! Better off not to have committed the crime and continue a healthier life drinking spring water from th mountain, playing football, dancing or meditating and eating fresh raw green leafy veg from your own garden. Seeds are free.

Mat

Sunday 6th of March 2022

@Bule Kampung, oh wow, that's a great argument. Do you have the same when it comes to processed food? That's still much more worse : )

Mat

Sunday 6th of March 2022

@Martina, well, Martina, nobody has understood you. As I can see the comments, we, as a society and humankind, are getting lost (or we are lost already).

Yes, I do agree with you.

Bule Kampung

Saturday 5th of March 2022

@Martina, have you sent in your soil sample to a lab to test it for heavy metals and other chemicals? Generally construction workers leak chemicals in your soil as well as heavy metals like mercury and chromium. Not to mention aluminum dust from concrete that can lead to all kinds of mental issues.

Lea

Saturday 5th of March 2022

@Martina, have you ever experienced Hardship

Wyn.

Friday 4th of March 2022

@Martina, are you for real?

Wayan Bo

Thursday 3rd of March 2022

No money, no children. - Animal farming could be a solution too.