The National Police said the police shooting is related to the CCTV in the case that killed Brigadier Nofresiyah Yoshua Hutabarat or Brigadier J at the home of Inspector General Ferdi Sambo. Police told about the damaged CCTV and CCTV found elsewhere.
The head of the public relations department of the U.K. said, “There is still circulation in many media that the CCTV is damaged, then why got another CCTV? I need to clarify this, so I can’t guess now, thus The issue cannot be clarified.” National Inspector General of Police Dedi Prasetyo on the sidelines of a pre-reconstruction of the case at Sambo in Duren Tiga, South Jakarta, Saturday (23/7/2022).
Deddy said the damaged CCTV was at Sambo Halfway House, which was the scene of the Police Shooting Off Crime (TKP) case. This is exactly what the South Jakarta Metro Police Chief said a while back, said Deddy.
Meanwhile, Dedi said that the CCTV found by the investigators was a CCTV installed on the way to the spot. The evidence for the instructions is being examined by the National Police Laboratory.
“The damaged CCTV, as the South Jakarta police chief said, is TKP’s CCTV. But investigators found CCTV with TKP on this route,” he said.
CCTV from Jalan Maglang-Jakarta
Deddy said investigators from the special team also found CCTV footage from Magalang to Sambo Halfway House.
“Similarly to what I said yesterday, investigators have also found CCTVs installed on the road from Magalang to TKP,” he said.
He said that it takes time to verify the CCTV clue evidence. At present, Labfor is still conducting the process of time checking and matching.
He said, “Now it is in the process of checking the matching, timing by Labfour. Because the time on CCTV and the actual time should be the same time.”
The National Police said they had found clues in the form of CCTV footage related to the shooting at the home of Inspector General Ferdi Sambo, in which Brigadier Nofresiyah Yoshua Hutabarat or Brigadier J was killed. The CCTV evidence was processed immediately in the Forensic Laboratory for Digital Forensics.