Suara.com – The police ransacked the house of Zakiah Aini, the perpetrator of the attack on the National Police Headquarters, in the Kelapa Dua Wetan area, Ciracas, East Jakarta, Wednesday (31/3/2021) night.
During the search, the police were said to have secured a number of items. Among them are handwritten letters.
This was conveyed by Head of Kelapa Dua Urban Village, Sandy Adamsyah, when met at the location, Wednesday (31/3).
“I saw a lot (secured by the authorities). Maybe there was a piece of handwritten paper but I don’t know what was in it,” he said.
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Sandy said the handwritten note was secured by the authorities based on information from Zakiah Aini’s older brother.
However, he did not know whether the letter was a will or not.
“The point is what I heard from his brother a permit or will. But I have not seen or read it,” he said.
On the other hand, Sandy said, Zakiah Aini was known to her neighbors as a closed person.
The attacker at National Police Headquarters lives with his parents and 2 siblings. Zakiah Aini is the youngest of 6 children.
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Previously, the National Police Chief, General Listyo Sigit Prabowo, revealed that Zakiah Aini (25), a suspected terrorist who died while attacking Police Headquarters was a former student at a private university in Depok, West Java.