A man has been named a suspect in the case of finding a baby skeleton, see full review

BONSERNEWS.com – A man with the initial R has been named a suspect in the case of finding a baby’s skeleton in a former pond on the banks of the Banjaran River, Tanjung Village, Banyumas Regency, Central Java.

Sadly, some of the baby skeletons were the result of incest with their own children.

“Last night, we have named R (57), a resident of Tanjung Village, South Purwokerto District, as a suspect,” said Head of Satreskrim Polresta Banyumas Police Commissioner Agus Supriadi Siswanto.

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Investigators already have sufficient evidence to determine R as a suspect in this case.

In relation to this case, suspect R is known to have killed and buried an incestuous baby with his biological child with the initials E since 2012.

Not only that, R has committed his heinous deeds from the birth of his first baby in 2013 to his seventh baby in 2021.

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“Based on the suspect’s confession, there were still three more babies that he killed and buried at that place, in addition to the four baby skeletons that we found between June 15 and 21,” he said.

The Banyumas Police Criminal Investigation Unit has carried out sweeping and excavation of the former pool area, but has yet to find the three baby skeletons.

When asked about the involvement of the mother of witness E, Kasatreskrim explained that S, who is R’s third wife, is known to have helped with the delivery of her child.

However, at that time S and the witness victim E were in a position where they were threatened with death by suspect R. “We are still investigating, but currently S is a witness,” he said.

Now, suspect R is being charged under Article 340 of the Criminal Code with the threat of death penalty or life imprisonment or for a certain period of time, a maximum of 20 years.

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