A total of 105 personnel or a company of the Central Sulawesi Police Mobile Brigade departed Wednesday (09/01/2010) this morning to Buol district to help secure the area after attacked the Mapolsek Biau, Tuesday (08/31/2010) night.
"God willing, this morning we berangkatkan them directly to Buol," said Central Sulawesi police chief Brigadier General Mohammad Amin Saleh Police in Palu by phone, Wednesday.
She said one company of the Mobile Brigade's departure was not done through the ceremony as it is usually because the condition persisted.
Hundreds of elite police forces, police chief Amin said Saleh, will be shipped via landline using a truck owned by Central Sulawesi Police Mobile Brigade.
Furthermore, they will serve under the operational control (BKO) Buol district police to secure the area.
Meanwhile, Buol situation is still tense until Wednesday morning after the raid thousands of citizens of the Police Headquarters Sector Biau.
Assault on Tuesday night was the second time after the Monday night (30 / 8) about a hundred residents also attacked with stones Mapolsek Biau, sharp weapons, and Molotov cocktails.
Residents do not receive the death Timumun Kashmir, local Polsek detainees allegedly tortured by police.
Cashmere involved in a traffic accident with a member of the police in that city led to his arrest, but on Monday Kashmir who allegedly died in detention due to torture.
Jamal Timumun, the elder brother of the victim, revealed in Kashmir body found bruises on the legs, face, jaw and neck. "I believe in Kashmir killed and not be persecuted because of illness," he said.