The Results of Great Brush Operation
Bali Police released the results of the Operation Great Brush (Sikat Agung) That was held from 10 to 25 February 2020. The police disclosed 32 cases of aggravated theft (curat), 6 cases of theft with force (curas), 16 cases of motobikes theft (curanmor) and 6 cases of ordinary theft (cusa). 70 suspects were arrested.
"There were 412 persons involved in the Operation, consisting of 155 specialists from the Regional Police Task Force and 257 policemen from the Police Task Force," said Head of the Bali Police Directorate General of Criminal Investigation Ranefli Dian Candra.
According to Ranefli, the target of this operation were 3 types of crime aggravated theft (curat), theft with force (curas), motobikes theft (curanmor).
Ranefli Dian Candra explained that the first point operation was creating a comfortable situation for tourists in Bali by carrying out measurable rigorous actions against street crime.
The several objects were confiscated by police as evidence in cases of aggravated theft: one truck, 3 cars, 11 motorcycles, 26 cellphones, 6 laptops, IDR 153,355,000, EUR 12,500, 10 Hong Kong dollars, 1 passport, 1 motorcycle engine, 14 units of computer UPS, 3 knives, 2 TV units, 1 Indihome adapter, 3 vehicle video registration gadgets, 1 gold necklace, 1 CCTV DVR, 2 hens, 1 wallet, 1 hammer, 1 gold pendulum, 1 gas cylinder, 1 key, 2 cosmetic boxes, 2 shavers, 1 power bank, 9 bags and 13 clothes items.
The several objects were confiscated by police as evidence in cases of theft with force: 4 units of motorbikes, 14 cellphones, IDR 3,066,000, 1 fake key, 1 motorcycle part, 1 helmet and 2 clothing items.
The several objects were confiscated by police as evidence in cases of motorbike theft: 1 unit of truck, 14 motorcycles, 1 pair of pliers, 1 screwdriver, 1 fake key, 4 pieces of vehicle registration, 1 bag, 1 wallet, 1 vehicle key and 2 pairs of vehicle number plates.
The source: Bali Post