Greater Jakarta: Vandals attack Transjakarta shelter
The Jakarta Post
JAKARTA: The Transjakarta shelter serving the Pinang Ranti-Pluit route in front of the National Narcotics Agency (BNN) building on JL. MT Haryono in Cawang, East Jakarta, was vandalized on Sunday night.
“The incident occurred at 7:30 p.m. and although there were passengers at the shelter, the incident did not claim any victims because the vandals broke the glass near the ticket box,” Kramat Jati Police chief Comr. Handini said on Monday. “Witnesses heard gunshots but when we examined the crime scene, we didn’t find any bullet projectiles,” he said as quoted by kompas.com.
The police were still investigating the case and searching for the perpetrators. Similar incidents took place at the same corridor, which served the Pinang Ranti-Pluit route in July, August and November this year. The Transjakarta BRT Management Authority had previously stated its plan to install CCTVs in every Transjakarta shelter in the city to prevent any similar incidents from recurring.
- Papuan rebel leader reiterates call for referendum
- From sex to murder: Dark face of Indonesian cults
- 1, 2, 3: The order is Agus, Ahok, Anies
- World’s first dengue vaccine now available in Indonesia
- Hundreds of supporters accompany candidates to pick ballot numbers
- Tax reform to follow last ever amnesty
- Jokowi lays wreath for Thailand's King Bhumibol
- UN wildlife campaign goes live on RI social media
- Int’l students participate in IPB scientific seminar, symposium
- Report reveals links of pro-IS groups in Mindanao with Indonesia, Malaysia