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Man Arrested after Withdrawing N1m from Victim’s Account

A suspected fraudster identified as Eze Udo has been arrested by police personnel for allegedly withdrawing the sum of N1,049,545 (one million, forty-nine thousand, and five hundred and forty-five naira) from his victim’s account.

A police source, in the Umuahia Central Police Station, Abia State, hinted that the manhunt for the suspect started following a complaint by the victim, Mr. Oka Monday, whom the suspect stole his ATM card and withdrew the money from his account.

According to the source, the victim who hails from Amachara Umuopara, a satellite town near the capital city, Umuahia, was making attempts to withdraw some money from an Automated Teller Machine attached to a commercial bank in Umuahia, when the suspect offered to assist him due network failure.

It was learnt that after attempts to withdraw the money failed, the suspect having memorised the victim’s secret pin number, advised him to follow him (the suspect) to a nearby bank where the transaction might be easier.

It was gathered that the victim, in the complaint made to the police, stated that to his amazement, the suspect suddenly absconded with his ATM card on their way to the second bank and thereafter he got a text messages indicating that money had been withdrawn from his account.

The police source added that security operatives started the search for the suspect following intelligence gathered, which paid off when the suspect was arrested.

During a search in the man’s house, 13 ATM cards belonging to different victims were recovered.

The state Commissioner of Police, Adeleye Oyebade confirmed the arrest of the suspect, adding that he has confessed to the crime and was assisting the police in their investigation.

He warned members of the public to keep all the details pertaining to their bank accounts and transitions secret from strangers.

19 comments:

  1. The guy na expert ooo,the victim will see the whole scene as movie only the message alerted him.but thank God police don catch am let him face the law.

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  2. One day for the thief one day for me the owner

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  3. Wetin luv of moni go cause..

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  4. what an evil act on unsuspecting people..good he was caught at last..you didnt think that the spirits of your past victims will go against you

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  5. Oladimeji Seun13 March, 2017 11:48

    Thank God he was arrested, he should be charge to court.

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  6. Eze Udo, lets assume your predicament to be a yoruba movie, do you care to know what the title will be? ok let me try, " JEBA LAYA KO WA GBA OBE LORUN, Bro Olu, abeg help me tell them the meaning ,my mouth don sawa. lol
    #Believe

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  7. This is the end of the road for him.

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  8. Thief. Let him stay more in prison for a very long time

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  9. He shld hv manufacture computer with that brain not stealing.

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  10. Thank God he was caught

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  11. You should always keep it with you that 99day for a thief nd only one day for the owner.

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