Balinese farmer buried stolen money in his chili farm
Along with cultivating chilies (a preferred spice for Indonesian delicacies), this countryman additionally buries cash that he stole from an aged lady in his farm. Native police confirmed the farmer’s arrest yesterday.
Bangli Police’s legal unit chief Androyuan Elim stated that the 33-year-old man, recognized as INW, stole IDR 10 million (US$ 684) from his neighbor, NNS, who’s 92. Each INW and NNS dwell in Pinggan Village in Kintamani.
Elim stated that NNS realized her cash was stolen on Might 7 at round 5pm when she observed her pillow was moved. NNS apparently saved her cash inside a cabinet that was hidden proper underneath her pillow. She instantly unlocked the cabinet and counted her cash and realized a few of them had been lacking.
Having saved up IDR 32 million, NNS counted that she solely had IDR 22 million left in her cabinet.
Upon investigation, the police tracked down INW and arrested him on Tuesday. He confessed that he used IDR 6 million for playing and hid the remainder in his chili farm.
He additionally admitted he had stolen from at the least three different neighbors of his.
INW might face round seven years behind bars if the courtroom discovered him responsible later.