In charge of Azicha mobile phone, Itsnaeny said, the loss reached more than Rp100 million because as many as 35 mobile phones of various brands disappeared, besides that the Yamaha Mio Soul DS 5033 JT type motorbike, a laptop and dozens of active speake and a charity deposit box for the construction of the mosque. (Read: Rhoma Irama and Rita Manggung in Pamijahan, the Regent Asks Apparatus to Act Decisively)
"When the incident happened two counter employees stayed overnight, but the second floor was unlocked so the perpetrators freely took all the cellphones in the window. The perpetrators entered on the first floor and exited through the first floor, which happened to be stored above the storefront," he said.
Itsnaeny hopes that Jayapura police officers can immediately arrest the perpetrators and be punished according to applicable laws, and can return whatever they steal. "Because the loss is felt by the person responsible for the counter due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the counter revenue is greatly reduced," he said.