Island focus: Armed robbers strike Bank Jateng
The Jakarta Post
Armed robbers struck Central Java’s regional development bank (Bank Jateng) in Ungaran, Semarang regency, in Central Java on Thursday afternoon and made off with Rp 150 million (US$11,247).
Four men, two of them armed, robbed the bank at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday and locked up three employees and three customers inside the building before taking the money with them.
The robbers came on...
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