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    Solving Sensational Crimes

  • Sensational case of fake ATM Cards, Inter State Accused arrested
  • Puducherry
  • 2018-06-24

Brief of Work Done

A sensational case of fake ATM Cards having ramification of Inter-state criminals is being investigated by CBCID Police, Puducherry. In this case, so far eleven accused persons namely 1. Balaji, 2.Jayachandiran @Chandru, 3.Kamal, 4.Saravanan @ Sham 5.VivekAnand 6. Ganesan 7.Sivakumar 8.Denial Sundar Singh 9. Abdul Samad 10. Sathya and 11.Manichandar belonging to Puducherry and Tamil Nadu were arrested by CBCID Police. Both movable and immovable properties worth about more than Rs.60 lakhs were recovered. In view of the sensitiveness of this case, Thiru. Mahesh Kumar Barnwal, SSP (Crime & Intelligence) along with Thiru. Rahul Alwal I.P.S., SSP (Karaikal), Puducherry were directly supervising the investigation of this case and formed three crime teams to nab the absconding accused persons in this case. Thiru. V.T.A. Abdhul Raheem, Superintendent of Police of (CBCID) emphasized the instructions given by the superiors to secure the main accused persons. In due course of investigation, the CBCID Police tactfully discovered the involvement of three close associates from Tamilnadu of main absconding accused Chandruji in this case. On 23.06.2018, the CBCID team arrested the prime/master minded accused persons 1). A. Peter (38) S/o R. Amulraj, No. 179/05, MGR Nagar, ThirumuruganPoondi, Avinashi, Tirupur District, Tamilnadu, 2). S. Dhinesh (33) S/o Subramani, No.43-A, Vivekanadar Street, Ramakrishnapuram, Ganapathi at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu and today 24.06.2018 at early hours arrested another accused Irfan Rahman (33) S/o Abdul Rahman, No. 132, 1st Main Road, Thirumalai Nagar, Kolathur, Chennai. They confessed about their close association with absconding accused Chandruji and obtaining international stolen credit data through online and preparing fake credit cards through MSR Machines and using them for booking of Air Tickets through online and swiping through POS Machines and thereby earned several lakhs of Rupees. They also confessed that the accused Chandruji used to supply POS Machines to the accused persons Peter and Dhinesh and they paid several lakhs of rupees as commission. The accused Dhinesh had already involved in Cr. No.84/2017 and 105/2017 of Cyber Crime Cell, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. In pursuance of their voluntary confession, the following properties have been seized from the accused. Peter: 1. Amount Rs. 2 Lakhs. 2. SBI Master Card - 2 Nos. 3. Induslnd Master Card 2 Nos. 4. RBL Master Card- 1 No 5. Laptop - 1 No. Dinesh: 1. Indigo ECS Car - 1 No. Irfan Rahman: 1. Audi Car -1 No. 2. Laptop - 4 Nos. 3. Vijaya Bank Passbook 1, Bank of Baroda 1, ICICI Bank Cheque Book 1 and DCB Bank Cheque Book 2 The seized properties all worth about nearly Rs.One Crore. The good work done by the CBCID/Cyber Crime Cell Police was appreciated by the higher officials of Police Department, Puducherry

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