Four suspected terrorists linked to the Bandung Bombings brought to Mako Brimob Depok

By : Aldi Firhand Alqudri | Tuesday, July 25 2017 - 22:14 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Four suspected terrorists arrested by the police for having links with Agus Wiguna, bomb pan assembler whose bomb exploded in Buah Batu, Bandung, was taken to Mako Brimob, Kelapa Dua, Depok, West Java for intensive examination.

"Taken to Mako Brimob today for intensive inspection," said Head of Public Section (Kabagpenum) Police Kombes Pol Martinus Sitompul at Police Headquarters, Jakarta, Thursday (13/07/2017)

Densus 88 has a time of 7x24 hours to establish them as suspects or release them if there is not enough evidence.

The fourth is a friend of one rental house, Agus Wiguna namely Kodar (26 years). Kodar was arrested by Densus 88 officers in Kampung Pasirpeuti, Cibanteng Village, Parungponteng Sub-District, Tasikmalaya Regency, on Tuesday (11/7).

Then on the same day, Densus 88 arrested Asep Ahmad (43 years) in Sukabumi, West Java. Then officers arrested Ade Arif Suryana (24 years) in Cibiru, Bandung.

On Thursday, another alleged terrorist suspect Ade Rosidi (24 years old) was arrested. Ade was arrested on Jalan Bandir, Manggunghardja Village, Ciparay District, Bandung Regency.

"Ade Rosidi is Agus Wiguna's brother," he said as quoted by Antara.

According to Martinus, the four are aware of Agus Wiguna's plan to detonate a pot bomb in three places in Bandung area, namely a cafe in Jalan Braga, a restaurant in Astana Anyar and a church in Buah Batu area.

Previously, on Saturday (8/7), Bandung City Resort Police arrested a suspected pot bomb maker who exploded in one of the rented houses in Kampung Kubang Bereum, Sekejati Sub-District, Buah Batu Sub-district, Bandung. Perpetrator named Agus Wiguna (21 years old) who is a resident of Garut Regency.

In a search on his contract, the officers found a piece of paper made in handwriting and contained a statement of allegiance to the ISIS leader Abu Bakar Al Baghdadi.

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