Monday , March 05, 2012 - 10:22 AM
JAKARTA, Indonesia-- The police are in the process of gathering information linked to the attack by an unidentified group in ninja-like attire on teenage members of the Kera Sakti Indonesia silat (traditional martial art) school in Ngawi, East Java, Indonesia on Sunday morning.
Ngawi Police chief Adj. Sr. Comr. Eddy Djunaedi said that police detectives were investigating the crime scene in search of evidence and questioning witnesses.
"We are investigating the motive of the attack," Eddy said as quoted by tempo.co on Sunday.
At least 10 members of the Kera Sakti School sustained injuries in the attack, four of whom were severely injured during the assaults that took place in two separate locations in the region; Kedungprahu village in Padas and Sekarputih village in Widodaren.
The pesilat were training when dozens of people wearing ninja attire assaulted them with sticks, bottles and stones.
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