Bulandshahr Crime News: In Bulandshahr, three crooks of the gang who cheated by changing ATM cards were arrested

Bulandshahr Crime News: In Bulandshahr, three crooks of the gang who cheated by changing ATM cards were arrested

In Secunderabad, Bulandshahr, the police have arrested three miscreants of the gang who cheated people by changing ATM cards. The police have recovered 35 ATM cards, swipe machines, and three mobiles from the miscreants. The police caught all three during the checking. The miscreants are being interrogated.

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SSP Shlok Kumar said that Secunderabad police were checking vehicles on Wednesday night. Then the police also got information that three members of the gang who had cheated by changing the ATM card were trying to carry out some incident by riding in a car. Police started checking vehicles by putting a barrier at Gulavathi Tiraha. After some time a car stopped near the bus stand. Those who were siege and caught.

Got it all with the miscreants

The arrested miscreants were identified as Parvez Alam son of Tehseen resident of Rasulpur police station Gulavathi and Yogesh son of Diwan resident of Shahpur Kalan police station Khurja Nagar and Ankur alias Sagar son of Satpal Chaudhary resident of Bhavokara police station Jewar Gautam Buddha Nagar. Police have recovered cash worth Rs 112800, 35 ATM cards from various banks, a swap machine, and a car including three mobiles from the thugs.

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The SSP said that the three miscreants used to change ATM cards of people in different districts. After seeing the password, they used it to withdraw money from their accounts. The miscreants have accepted three incidents by changing ATM cards in Secunderabad. The SSP said that ten cases have been registered against Yunus, 13 against Ankur, and three against Pravesh.

Alleged illegal occupation of plot land

The victim woman of Bulandshahr Nagar Kotwali area on Wednesday submitted a complaint letter to the SSP for illegal occupation of her land by the domineering people. The victim has demanded action from the SSP. In the complaint letter given to the SSP, Sunita's wife Anil Kumar Singhal, resident of Mohalla Kothiyat, Kotwali, told that she has a plot near Valipura in Kotwali Nagar. On which the surrounding people are trying to illegally occupy the land of his plot. The victim has demanded action from the SSP. The SSP has directed the police station to investigate and take action.

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