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ATM card fraud case solved, accused held in B’pora: Police

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Bandipora, Feb 25 (KNO): Jammu and Kashmir police on Friday claimed to have solved ATM card fraud case within 24 hours in Bandipora district.

A police spokesman in a statement issued to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), on 23-02-2023, Police Station Bandipora received a complaint from one Farooq Ahmad Mir of Nadihal, alleging that an unknown person fraudulently exchanged his ATM Card while he was at an ATM in Bandipora to withdraw some cash and the accused has withdrawn an amount of Rs 30,000 from the complainant’s account.

In this regard, a case under FIR number 30 /2022 under relevant sections was registered in Police Station Bandipora and further investigation was taken up.

A team headed by SHO PS Bandipora under the supervision of DYSP HQRS Bandipora was constituted and during the course of investigation few suspects were zeroed in and with technical support and Identification parade was held of some suspects.

During Identification Parade, one suspect person namely Khalid Ramzan Mir, son of Muhammad Ramzan Mir of Kaloosa Bandipora was identified by the complainant and the accused confessed to have committed the crime and on his disclosure an amount of Rs 23,000 and two ATM cards were recovered from the house of the accused.

The accused was arrested and further investigation of the case is going on, police said—(KNO)

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