The training centre is a block away from Go-Jek’s head office in Jakarta
Two men on a motorbike shot at Go-Jek‘s training centre in Kemang, South Jakarta on 10:35 AM (Jakarta time) on Sunday. The training centre is only a block away from the startup’s head office. No casualties were reported.
Agus Rukmana, a security guard at the training centre, reported seeing two men on a white motorbike pulling over near the building on Sunday. As he approached them to ask what they were doing, the man behind the driver fired shots at the main entrance, shattering the glass door there.
The men were wearing full-face helmets and the guard could not identify them.
Investigators concluded the shooter used an improvised gun.
“At the crime scene, we … recovered a projectile. The round is believed to have been fired from a homemade firearm,” said Commander Prio Utomo, Mampang subdistrict police chief, as quoted by Detik.com.
“The projectile was made from the tip of a screwdriver. There was only one shot fired,” he added.
Police said they will investigate further.
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