Man found dead in car boot at airport
The decaying body of a businessman was found in a car parked at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in the city of Tangerang, Indonesia.
Imam Safei's body was found by a chauffeur who reported a foul stench from a nearby parked car while waiting for his employer in the car park at Terminal 1-C at around 1am on Tuesday.
The Jakarta Post reports that Safei, of West Java, had his hands and legs bound, his mouth covered with tape and his neck wrapped in wire.
Airport police chief Chuzaini Pattopy said: "The driver told the airport security officers about his suspicion and they called the police."
Police officers opened the boot of the car, a Suzuki Grand Vitara, where they found the body of Imran face down.
According to The Jakarta Post on Wednesday, police said officers had arrested a man for the gruesome murder of the computer repair shop owner.
"The person has admitted that he had committed the murder," said Jakarta Police Criminal Investigations Directorate chief Helmy Santika.
Helmy added that the suspect refused to say why he murdered Mr Safei.
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