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Suliyono is a lone wolf: Police

Selasa 13 Februari 2018 17:38 WIB

Rep: Arif Satrio Nugroho/ Red: Reiny Dwinanda

Residents clean up St Lidwina church following an attack by a man who trespassed while carrying a sword during Sunday (Feb 11) morning mass, in Bedog, Sleman, Yogyakarta on Monday (Feb 12).

Residents clean up St Lidwina church following an attack by a man who trespassed while carrying a sword during Sunday (Feb 11) morning mass, in Bedog, Sleman, Yogyakarta on Monday (Feb 12).

Foto: Antara/Andreas Fitri Atmoko
Suliyono is the perpetrator who attack St Lidwina church goers last Sunday.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA -- Suliyono, perpetrator who attack St Lidwina church goers in Sleman, Yogyakarta, on last Sunday (Feb 11) was known as a lone wolf. The police have not suspected him linked to any terrorist network. "So far, we see him as a lone wolf," Head of Public Relation of National Police Inspector General Setyo Wasisto said at National Police headquarters on Tuesday (Feb 13).

The police saw indication Suliyono had a misconception on religious beliefs. The 22 years-old man learned it from the internet. "Driven by his own will, he committed the attack," Setyo explained.

Suliyono has been named as suspect in the case of attack to St Lidwina church. Nevertheless, police investigation report (BAP) has not been set. The police only have conducted initial interrogation against the perpetrator. "We will set the BAP soon after his condition is fit for being questioned," Setyo said reffering to Suliyono's condition at the hospital.

Suliyono was shot during the arrest. He was then rushed to Universitas Gadjah Mada hospital for treatment.

Suliyono came from Banyuwangi, East Java. He went to higher education in Palu, Central Sulawesi. "He was trapped in activities allegedly have misconception of religious beliefs," Setyo remarked.

 

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