Former Head Of Makassar Customs Andhi Pramono Allegedly Hides Gratification Results At Home In-laws
Deputy Chairperson Of The KPK Alexander Marwata/PHOTO: Wardhany Tsa Tsia-VOI

JAKARTA - Former Head of Makassar Customs Andhi Pramono allegedly hid the assets of receiving gratuities at his father-in-law's house. This location was searched by investigators from the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) on Tuesday, June 6 yesterday.

"We did the search because we suspected that the assets from AP (Andhi Pramono) were stored in Batam, if I'm not mistaken, it's the house of his father-in-law, yes. The in-laws are just waiting for you," said KPK Deputy Chairman Alexander Marwata to reporters, Wednesday, June 7 night.

From the search, investigators found three luxury Hummer, Toyota Roadster and Mini Morris cars there. Alex said his agency believed the items were related to the alleged gratification he was doing.

"That's what we then conducted a search of the house in question, including then confiscating the assets concerned," he said.

As previously reported, Andhi has been named a suspect in the alleged receipt of gratuities. This determination began after the public highlighted his assets, the KPK made a clarification.

The KPK ensures that the determination of the suspect is in accordance with applicable regulations. Investigators have pocketed evidence of receipts by Andhi.

Furthermore, the anti-corruption commission also has the opportunity to ensnare Andhi with the alleged money laundering crime (TPPU). Investigators are looking for evidence.

"It is true, the KPK continues to develop this investigation towards money laundering to optimize the confiscation of corruption proceeds that have turned into economic assets in the case," said Head of the KPK News Section Ali Fikri to reporters, Thursday, June 1.

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