South Tangerang plagued by car robberies
The Jakarta Post
South Tangerang has been hit by a spate of smash-and-grab robberies of parked cars in the past three months.
Nito Waruwu, a 20-year-old West Jakarta resident, drove his car to Pamulang in South Tangerang to teach English to a student he was tutoring on the evening of Feb. 12. He parked his car right in front of his student’s gate and as he was teaching he heard a loud thud outside the hou...
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