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INDONESIA: Thieves board bulk carrier in Jakarta anchorage

Fecha de la noticias: 08/08/2018 • Publicada: 08/08/2018 

08/08/2018 LC Posn -6.03 - 106.89

Background

Thieves stole engine spares from a bulk carrier anchored in Tanjung Priok Anchorage, Jakarta.

It is believed the vessel was boarded in the early hours of August 3.

The International Maritime Bureau’s (IMB) Piracy Reporting Centre said the thieves had boarded the vessel unnoticed and that the theft was discovered during routine rounds.

Assessment and Analysis

Thieves continue to target ships at anchor in Indonesian ports and anchorages.

Perpetrators board ships either alone or in gangs and generally operate at night. They are often armed with knives.

It is difficult to estimate how many ships have been targeted by criminals in Indonesian waters as many incidents are thought to go unreported.

The Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery in Asia (ReCAAP) recorded 30 attacks on shipping in Indonesian waters in 2017.

Most of the incidents were opportunistic with perpetrators coming alongside ships at night and clambering aboard, sometimes climbing anchor chains.

Ships are advised to use anchorages patrolled by Indonesia’s Marine Police and to maintain heightened vigilance and to report attacks and suspicious activity.

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