The East Jakarta Metro Police Criminal Investigation Unit found new evidence related to the death of a high school student with the initials CH (16) inside the rearview mirror post, Ring 1 area of Halim Perdanakusuma Air Base, East Jakarta. The new evidence is from the last message on the Roblox account which was allegedly written by the victim before being found burned to death.
"We will check Roblox's account. Because the status was found on the victim's roblox which reads 'If you see this, I may have died'," said Central Jakarta Metro Police Chief Kombes Leo Simarmata to reporters, Wednesday, September 27.
In addition, investigators will also send cellphones, PCs, tabs and laptops belonging to the victim for digital forensic examination to the Criminal Investigation Center of the National Police Headquarters.
"We are coordinating with the Indonesian forensic psychology association (Apsifor) to find out the motive for the incident. Currently, the investigative team is in synergy with the Halim Perdanakusuma Air Base Satpom and the Jatanras Sub-Directorate of the Polda Metro Jaya is still conducting intensive, professional and transparent investigations using the scientific crime investigation method," he said.
| BERITA 26 September 2023, 20:50
| BERITA 26 September 2023, 20:02
| BERITA 26 September 2023, 19:31
| BERITA 25 September 2023, 14:15
Previously, the East Jakarta Metro Police was still investigating the riddle of the cause of the death of a high school student with the initials CH (16) who was found dead with a burning body inside the rearview mirror post, Ring 1 area of Halim Perdanakusuma Air Base, East Jakarta.
"When found, the victim with the initials CHR (16) was found on fire. (at the TKP was found) with a knife," said East Jakarta Metro Police Chief Kombes Leo Simarmata to VOI, Tuesday, September 26.
Even so, the police found one of the evidences in the form of a knife at the scene of the incident.
"We have not been able to identify the knife, this is ownership whether it is already there or brought by the victim," he said.