Pocong Diorama for Dissemination of COVID-19 Prokes Stolen, the culprit, Oh Turns out

Tuesday, 13 July 2021 – 02:25 WIB

Officers wearing pocong costumes in Andara, South Jakarta urge the public to comply with health protocols related to Covid-19. Photo: Ricardo/JPNN

jpnn.com, MADIUN – A team from the Madiun City Police, East Java, arrested three youths who stole dioramas or pocong dolls installed by officers as a means of socializing the implementation of the Covid-19 health protocol (prokes) to the public.

The Head of Binmas at the Madiun City Police, AKP Hanis Eni Winarsih, said the three young men admitted that they were just stealing the pocong doll on Saturday (10/7) night.

Pocong Diorama for Dissemination of COVID-19 Prokes Stolen, the culprit, Oh Turns outMadiun City Police Officers interrogate one of the diorama thieves or pocong dolls installed by the police as a medium or tool for socializing the implementation of the COVID-19 health protocol (prokes) in Madiun, Monday (12/7/2021). (ANTARA/HO-Diskominfo Madiun)

The stolen pocong doll was previously installed by officers at the 901 Bantaran Police Station to make a joke video to be uploaded to their social media accounts with the aim of going viral.

However, AKP Hanis stated that the pranks of the three young men could not be tolerated. Moreover, what was stolen was the socialization media for the Covid-19 health protocol to the public.

“Therefore, the officers searched for the three perpetrators and were arrested in their respective homes,” said AKP Hanis in Madiun, Monday (12/7).

The three were caught after the police investigated the video of the theft that went viral. Even though he admitted it was just a fad, the police continued to investigate. All three underwent a swab test before undergoing legal proceedings.

One of the perpetrators, Dedi Wijaya, admitted that he regretted having committed the theft of the pocong diorama. He didn’t expect his actions to end in dealing with the police.


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