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Villa Of Expat In Bali Broken Into By Former Staff

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A 24-year-old man named Dominggus Mau from Belu, East Nusa Tenggara has been arrested for breaking into the villa of an expat in Seminyak.

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The Head of the Kuta Police Department, Kompol Orpa SM Takalapeta, confirmed that the suspect was arrested after breaking into a villa in Jalan Kayu Aya Gg Nyuh Gading Number 7, Seminyak. He stole electronic devices from a Singapore National with the initials SR.

The incident occurred when SR left his villa on Thursday (31/3). When he returned to the villa a few hours late, he noticed someone had broken in as many of his things were scattered.

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The victim immediately reported the incident to the villa owner before filing a report to the police.

After collecting information from CCTV cameras at the scene, the police managed to identify the suspect. “From the CCTV footage, the suspect, who was a former staff of this villa, was seen carrying a TV and a water pump from the swimming pool worth around USD $700 (IDR 10 million),” Kompol Orpa said on Sunday (3/4).

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The suspect was arrested on Thursday (31/3) from his place in Ketewel, Gianyar at 9:30 pm. During the interrogation, he admitted that he had stolen and sold all the electronic devices to a shop in Kerobokan.

“The suspect has been detained along with the evidence as the investigation is still underway,” Kompol Orpa concluded.

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Wayan Bo

Tuesday 5th of April 2022

To much crime.


Monday 4th of April 2022

This island is full of thieves