Jakarta Police and University of Indonesia Collaborate to Solve the Mysterious Death of a Family in Kalides

- 21 November 2022 14:05 WIB
– Head of Jakarta Regional Police (Polda Metro Jaya) Polcie Inspector General Fadil Imran. (Photo/pmjnews)
– Head of Jakarta Regional Police (Polda Metro Jaya) Polcie Inspector General Fadil Imran. (Photo/pmjnews)

JAKARTADAILY.ID – Jakarta Regional Police Chief, Police Inspector General Fadil Imran held a meeting with a number of forensic experts from the University of Indonesia (UI) to unravel the mysterious death of a family who was found dead in Kalideres, West Jakarta.

"I want the Kalideres case to become a criminal laboratory for Polda Metro Jaya. Where the police and the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Indonesia become one," explained Fadil as quoted from uploading a video on the Instagram page @kapoldametrojaya, Sunday, November 20, 2022.

"Hopefully with this scientific forum we can answer all the puzzles scientifically so that they can be revealed as clearly as possible," he continued.

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Fadil hopes this collaboration can provide input that can reveal the case. He also requested that the members of Polda Metro Jaya and forensic experts prioritize the scientific crime investigation for this case.

"In handling the case in Kalideres, I request that my friends always prioritize scientific crime investigation, always involve a team of experts and work according to existing scientific standards," he said.

"Hopefully this case will soon get a bright spot regarding the cause of death based on the available data and facts," he added.

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In investigating this case, investigators from the General Crimes Directorate of Polda Metro Jaya have also questioned two children of the victims.

"We have examined several witnesses including the two children of Pak Rudyanto and Ibu Margareth," said the Head of Public Relations of Polda Metro Jaya Police Grand Commissioner Endra Zulpan, Friday, November 18, 2022.

However, Zulpan did not explain further regarding the examination of the two victim's children. He only mentioned that the two of them lived in Bekasi.

"They have two children living in Bekasi who have been questioned," he said.

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