Bal's governor Made Mangku Pastika is coordinating with the Island's Chief of Police, Inspector General Arif Wachyunadi, to quickly apprehend those responsible for the rape and robbery of a 28-year-old Australian tourist, L.K. Taylor.
As reported by Kompas.com, Pastika said on Tuesday, April 30, 2013,. “I have spoken with the Chief of Police for Bali and asked that he capture and bring the perpetrator to court.”
Police have been assigned from Bali’s police headquarters to assist officers from the North Kuta police precinct who are investigating the attack that has generated international publicity and raised widespread concerns over safety for tourists staying in villas in Bali.
Taylor was robbed and raped on Saturday, April 27, 2013 while staying a Villa Damais on Jalan Bumbak No. 189 in Seminyak.
The villas website claims the units and their occupants are guarded by 24-hour security.
Taylor reported to police that she was sleeping when an intruder entered her bedroom, raped her and made off with three iPads, two Iphones, and a sum of cash.
Police have a sketch of the man being sought for the crime and an intensive manhunt is underway.
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