Police suspect that the gang has access to information related to lakhs of ATM cards of Kolkata. It is suspected that these people committed crimes in 28 cities in separate groups.
According to police, they have recovered ten one-shooter pipe guns, three seven mm pistols, six magazine and Rs 38, 500 in cash from their possession.
“The two accused are being interrogated. They have told us about the involvement of others. In order to trace them, a lookout notice has been issued,” said a senior police official.
DGP Loknath Behera said this was the first time that Kerala Police had arrested a foreign national from a foreign country in a criminal case registered in the state.
On February 6, Venkataraman received an SMS on his phone stating that his card was used to withdraw money from an ATM.
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While Bandra cops were probing the case after 62 people filed complaints, VB Nagar cops took up the case due to persistence of the teacher who had lost her entire salary
The trio would transfer the stolen card details to dummy debit cards that they would use to withdraw cash from ATM’s across the city.
Last Friday, Khan, a driver by profession, received four text messages stating that Rs 46,500 had been withdrawn from his account two days earlier.
They found that an hour before the manager arrived,a man had inserted the device in the slot of the ATM machine.
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The first operation targeted a credit card processor for prepaid debit cards.
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With the arrest of two more persons by Kerala Police in that state in the unique ATM fraud case,it has come to light that there were a total of four gangs making withdrawals to dupe Federal Bank of India of crores of rupees.
Two persons have been arrested from allegedly withdrew money through ATM from the accounts of other people.