Gurugram Police Apprehend 11 Cyber Fraudsters in Rs 14.60 Crore Scam

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Gurugram police informed the arrest of 11 cyber fraudsters, allegedly involved in duping individuals across India of approximately Rs 14.60 crore.

According to the authorities, these fraudsters faced 4,279 complaints and 198 cases.

DCP Siddhant Jain stated that Rs 4.20 lakh in cash, four mobile phones, and two SIM cards were seized from the suspects.

Upon examining the SIM cards and analyzing data from the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Center (I4C), it was discovered that the fraudsters had perpetrated scams totaling around Rs 14.60 crore nationwide. Police disclosed that out of all cases, 16 were filed in Haryana, with 5 in Gurugram.

The arrested individuals were identified as Deepak Kumar, Naveen, Dhanvant, Bharat Keshwani, Paras Rajbhar, Manish Kushwah, Deepak Kushwah, Nadeem, Rakesh, Navin, and Amita Singh.

DCP Jain further stated, “During police interrogation, it was divulged that these accused conducted fraudulent activities under the guise of online purchases on OLX and by deceiving individuals through the social media platform Instagram.”

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