The son of former Indonesian dictator Suharto was missing after prosecutors issued a warrant for his arrest and imprisonment on a corruption conviction. A team of officials, backed by a dozen police officers, arrived at the central Jakarta home of Hutomo Mandala Putra, 38, at dusk in pouring rain. They repeatedly banged on a 7-foot front gate, but there was no sign of Hutomo at the mansion. Fachmi, one of the prosecutors, who like many Indonesians uses only one name, said Hutomo would be declared a fugitive. Hutomo, commonly known as Tommy Suharto, is officially banned from leaving the country, other officials confirmed. He is to serve an 18-month jail sentence for corruption.