Cybercrime gang member held in Punjab for duping Muzaffarnagar resident of Rs 2.2 lakh


Muzaffarnagar (UP), August 27

A member of an alleged interstate cybercrime gang was arrested in Punjab in reference to defrauding individuals on-line from different states together with Uttar Pradesh and recovered a number of ATM playing cards and cellphones, police stated on Thursday.

Guru Dev Singh was arrested on Wednesday by the Muzaffarnagar police’s cyber cell after Gagan Sharma, a resident of the district, lodged a grievance just a few days in the past that Rs 2.20 lakh was siphoned off from his checking account whereas he was making an attempt to pay his electrical energy invoice, they stated.

Subsequently, a case of dishonest was registered on this connection.

According to the cyber cell in-charge Sanjiv Bhatnagar, the gang has connections with accomplices in Bihar and Jharkhand with many instances of on-line dishonest and a CPU, 4 cellphones and several other ATM playing cards of various banks other than different paperwork price Rs 27,000 have been seized from the accused.

During the investigation, it got here to mild that the gang was energetic on-line as they transferred money from financial institution accounts illegally. PTI



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