The police arrested the two guys after a man complained of having misplaced ₹1 lakh from his account except him conducting any transaction.
According to SaharaReporters, two Nigerian nationals have been remanded in the custody of Pune police’s cyber-crime phone on Friday in a case of cloning ATM cards.
The police arrested the two guys after a man complained of having misplaced ₹1 lakh from his account besides him conducting any transaction.
According to the police, the unauthorized transactions had been completed on three consecutive days at the equal ATM in Kasarwadi, each between 6am and eight am.
The two accused have been recognized as Nnam Gabriel Chukwuebuka, who lives in Aundh, and was once arrested on Thursday; whilst the different used to be recognized as Bashir, alias Lucas William, alias Omoike Godson, who used to be staying in an Oyo facility in Rahatani, from the place he used to be arrested on Friday.
The police set a entice at the ATM on Thursday at 5:30 am and arrested Chukwuebuka, Hindustantimes.com reports.
After his arrest, Godson used to be observed to have been before arrested by using Pune cyber-crime mobile in any other case of card cloning. He is out on bail in that case.
The police have recovered 4 ATM playing cards from Chukwuebuka whilst they recovered ten playing cards from Godson’s residence. The police declare to have discovered a card reader, a software program CD, and adhesive tapes in two colorations alongside with the cards.
The two have been arrested in a case registered beneath Sections 419, 420, 465, 467, 471, and 34 of the Indian Penal Code alongside with Sections 66(c) and 66(d) of the Information Technology Act at the cyber-police station.