Five arrested for duping the uneducated with fake notes
The accused were identified as Praveen (35), Anil (23), Amit (32), Ram Chander (26) and Jitender Kumar (29), all residents of Rohini
Five men have been arrested for allegedly cheating people with fake currency notes, police said Wednesday.
The accused were identified as Praveen (35), Anil (23), Amit (32), Ram Chander (26) and Jitender Kumar (29), all residents of Rohini.
On Tuesday, all five men were apprehended near Gate Number 3 of Japanese Park, Rohini.
During interrogation, they admitted to have duped people in Delhi and Haryana. They said they cheated uneducated people at banks by offering to deposit their cash and replacng the genuine currency with fake notes. They also offered to exchange notes and promised extra money in return, a senior police officer said.
One car and two bundles of fake Rs 2,000 denomination notes were recovered from their possession, police said.
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