Police say at least 60 tea plantation workers have been buried by a landslide in Indonesia.

Bandung District Police Chief Lt. Col. Imron Yunus, says the landslide on Tuesday was triggered by heavy rain in the mountainous village of Ciwidey in West Java province.

He could not say whether any deaths have been confirmed.

Media reports say five people have been confirmed dead and 50 others are missing.

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