Nigerian couple arrested in India for stealing money from ATMs by inserting a sk…

Nigerian couple arrested in India for stealing money from ATMs by inserting a skimmer and micro cameras .

The Samata Nagar police on Tuesday, May 14, said it has arrested a Nigerian couple who allegedly steal data and pin numbers of customers at ATM’s in different locations by inserting a skimmer and micro cameras in order to create clone cards of the data. .

The police identified the duo as Isaiah Ogunleye Seyi, 34, and Rosy Colin Warri, 37, both residing in Nalasopara in the Palghar district, may be living illegally in India as their passports couldn’t be found at their house. .

The incident came to light when the YES bank branch at the Chennai head office received a number of complaints about the ‘Yes bank’ ATM centre that is situated in Thakur village in Kandivali East. When the bank official checked the skimmer machine, a micro camera was found installed in the ATM. .

A complaint was immediately filed at the local Samta Nagar police station by the bank authorities.”They had placed a skimmer and micro-camera at a Yes Bank ATM kiosk in Thakur village. After a customer approached police claiming that he had seen a skimmer attached to the ATM, we started investigations,” said senior inspector Raju Kasbe, Samta Nagar police station. .

They began to lay a trap and were waiting for hours outside the ATM centre. On May 12, 2019, they achieved success as they managed to catch the suspect, who returned back in order to take the skimmer machine and the micro camera. .

The police formed four teams and posted them outside the ATM kiosk. Two cops, dressed as guards, took charge of the kiosk and stood at the door, while the others stayed not too far in civvies. Around 2am on Sunday, Seyi walked into the kiosk. Minutes later, he stepped out looking confused and as the police closed in, he tried to flee in an auto. When the police followed him, he jumped out of the auto and tried to flee on foot. Cops nabbed him after a kilometre-long chase.
“We chased him down after he had run over a kilometre” he added.
Seyi told the police about the involvement of his girlfriend, who too was arrested. Read more below

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