Polri-PPATK Trace the Flows of First Travel Funds Through a Book of Saving Confiscated

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, August 20 2017 - 21:49 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta- Police have secured some assets belonging to suspected alleged fraud case First Travel in Sentul number. Starting from four-wheeled vehicles, savings books and a number of other assets in the home of First Travel boss Andika Surachman and his wife Anniesa Desvitasari Hasibuan.

"The result is checking the account, we do not yet know the result of the examination.Reporting yesterday at Sentul's house (Sentul), got additional saving books quite a lot," said Director of Crime General Police Criminal Investigation Brigadier Herry Rudolf Nahak when confirmed Saturday (19/08/2017) .

According to Herry, it will involve the Center for Financial Transaction Reporting and Analysis (PPATK). In particular, to know the flow of First Travel customers. Because the results of temporary tracking, the new police detect a balance of Rp 1.3 million in one of the suspect's account.

"Being checked into the PPATK, we ask for the flow of funds to where, must be to PPATK, so that is being processed," he explained.

Previous Investigator Criminal Investigation Agency (Bareskrim) Police Headquarters set a suspect against the Director of Finance First Travel Kiki Hasibuan related allegations of fraud and embezzlement of funds paying tens of thousands of prospective pilgrims umrah.

"Add one yesterday his younger brother was Kiki Hasibuan," said Director of Crime General Crime Police Headquarters Brigadier General Police Herry Rudolf Nahak at Polda Metro Jaya, Jakarta, Friday (18/08/2017)

Herry stated that Kiki also serves as a Commissioner who knows the workings of First Travel Director Andika Surachman.

Herry said police investigators are still steeped in the flow of funds belonging to pilgrims who collected to disappear.

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