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Police Officer of Jakarta Police Departement




Sergeant Jaka, Sergeant Rama, Sergeant Bowo, Dagu, Agee


Rama and Andi,
Tama Riyadi
Series Information


One of many corrupt officers in Jakarta Police Departement


Deceased (killed by Bunawar's hencemen)

First appearance:

The Raid: Redemption

Latest appearance:

The Raid: Berandal

Portrayed By:

Pierre Gruno

Lieutenant Wahyu is a corrupt police officer who was formally affiliated with Reza and the mastermind behind the events of the first film; appearing as the true secondary antagonist in The Raid: Redemption and a minor character in it's sequel, The Raid: Berandal.

The Raid: Redemption Edit

He was a police lieutenant of Jakarta who appeared to be assisting Sergeant Jaka and his unit in detaining nefarious landlord Tama Riyadi, until it is later revealed that Wahyu has orchestrated this event in order to kill Tama because of the latter's knowledge of the former's corrupt activities and secret affiliation to Reza.

Following the death of Jaka and most of his unit, Wahyu assists Rama and his teammate Dagu in fighting past Tama's remaining henchmen before Rama is separated from them. Together, Wahyu and Dagu eventually confront Tama in his monitor room; only for Wahyu to promptly betray Dagu by shooting him dead just moments after arresting Tama. Wahyu's betrayal is discovered when he encounters Rama and his brother Andi whilst taking Tama with him as a hostage with the intention of escaping.

He comes close to succeeding, but stops when Tama reveals that the whole ordeal was actually orchestrated by Reza, who had been bribed by Tama to eliminate Wahyu and his unit; thus, Wahyu had been set up by Reza to be killed or would be killed later on should he escape. In despair and acknowledging his taunts, Wahyu executes Tama to shut him up before unsuccessfully attempting to commit suicide after finding out that he had just ran out of bullets. Later, he was apprehended by Rama and handcuffed.

The Raid: Berandal Edit

In the beginning of the second film Wahyu appears alongside with Rama, Bowo, and Bunawar, a police lieutenant who orders to kill Wahyu. Rama is surprised by this decision and protests against it but eventually accepts Bunawar's decision.

Afterwards, Bunawar explains the matter and mentions that Wahyu would have been captured and killed anyways, so he had to make sure Wahyu would not have the chance to spread any kind of information to his corrupt superiors.


Pierre Gruno doesn't present after all on The Raid: Berandal. Instead, Wahyu is played by an unknown actor facing the camera backwards.