Mumbai Crime: Six arrested in ATM card cloning case
The gang was involved in at least 40 offences registered in Mumbai and neighbouring areas, Deputy Commissioner of Police Dilip Sawant said on Friday
With the arrest of six men including a foreign national, the Mumbai police claim to have busted a gang which allegedly 'cloned' debit or credit cards, and withdrew money from ATMs or used the card details for shopping.
The gang was involved in at least 40 offences registered in Mumbai and neighbouring areas, Deputy Commissioner of Police Dilip Sawant said on Friday. The police have arrested Kasturiram Solanki, 30, a shop owner in Ratnagiri. Others arrested include Madankumar Sundesa, 33, and Chandansing Rao, 23, from Rajasthan, Ramesh Chandran, 31, from Tamil Nadu, Dipak Gehlot, 33, from Thane and Colovolo Hakim alias Ayo Rafiu Audigun, 48, from an African country.
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