Today, Thursday 2 September 2021, the investigation into the murders of Amalia Mustika and Tuti Suhartini in Subang, West Java has entered its 15th day. Although it seems slow, some new evidence has recently been collected. So, have the police found out who did it?
Yesterday the day after tomorrow, the husband and head of the victim’s family, Yosef Hidayah again underwent a follow-up examination process at the Subang police station. At that time, Yosef did not come alone, but with his young wife, Mimin, who was also questioned by the police.
On that occasion, some new evidence was finally revealed. For example, from 20 witnesses who have undergone examination, it is known that there is one person with the initial D who often visits the victim at night. This assurance was conveyed directly by Yosef’s attorney, Rohman Hidayat.
“The other witness often came to the house at night, I don’t know clearly, it’s normal that D often comes to the house, that’s according to Yosef’s statement,” said Rohman.
However, until now it is not known who the figure with the initials D is. However, Rohman indirectly confirmed that the figure was suspect, considering that he had the opportunity to visit the victim’s house at a fairly late hour.
Until now, Rohman is still waiting for the results of the police investigation. He hoped that they would soon find the perpetrators so that the mysterious case could be quickly resolved.
“The police are still working hard morning, afternoon and night. We’ll just have to wait and see what the results will be, I pray that it will be revealed quickly,” he explained.
The perpetrator of the Subang murder case is a close person
The certainty about the perpetrator who was the closest person to the victim was first revealed by the Subang Police Chief, AKBP Sumarni to the media. He explained that the conclusion was taken after his party did not find any damage at the entrance to the house or the crime scene.
So, it can be ascertained, the suspect understands the location of the murder.
“There are indications that the perpetrator and the victim knew each other. Because at the crime scene, the entrance to the victim’s house was not damaged. So the front and back doors were not damaged, nor were the windows. No scuff marks or anything. Therefore, it is estimated that the perpetrator knew the victim,” explained AKBP Sumarni.
The police themselves have examined a number of witnesses including Yosef, Mimin, and the victim’s father. So far, they believe, the two victims were killed in a cruel and vicious way.
“We also collected evidence at the crime scene, including the clothes at the crime scene worn by one of the witnesses, where the clothes were stained with blood,” he said.