Indonesian military have arrested a male suspected of robbing and murdering an aged Japanese integrate progressing this month on a review island of Bali.
Denpasar military arch Hadi Purnomo pronounced a suspect, 25-year-old Balinese male Putu Astawa, was arrested early Monday in Denpasar, Bali’s capital.
The burnt bodies of Hiroko Matsuba, 73, and her father Norio Matsuba, 76, were detected Sept. 4 by their adopted son in their rented residence in southern Kuta, where they had lived for dual years.
Purnomo pronounced a male pounded a integrate regulating a blade from their residence after they resisted his try to sack them of about $99, and afterwards burnt their bodies to destroy justification of his crime.
Describing an apparently demoniac attack, Purnomo pronounced a women had wounds to her neck and stomach and her father to his behind and throat.
Purnomo pronounced after murdering a couple, Astawa gathering to Tanah Lot, a renouned traveller mark on Bali’s seashore about 20 kilometers (12 miles) from Denpasar, and after returned with fuel to bake their bodies.