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Friday, December 16, 2022

16 debit cards, 20 SIM cards, others recovered as Indian police arrest fake Nigerian Doctor, Patrick Chizorom Orajaka over alleged internet fraud

16 debit cards, 20 SIM cards, others recovered as Indian police arrest fake Nigerian Doctor over alleged internet fraud. 

Fake Nigerian Doctor arrested in India over alleged internet [email protected] 

Police operatives in India have arrested a Nigerian man, Patrick Chizorom Orajaka, 35, for alleged Cyber fraud.

The suspect was arrested by a police team from an apartment in Dwarka area of New Delhi and brought on transit remand to Odisha on Thursday, December 15, 2022.

The police in a statement said the suspect was arrested following a complaint by a woman from Cuttack, Odisha. He allegedly developed friendship with her on Instagram by passing off as a doctor in the Netherlands.

She then gave him her WhatsApp number and they continued chatting. They became friends, and after five days, the accused informed her that he was going to India to meet her.

The next day, the complainant received a call from a Customs Officer from New Delhi Airport, who informed her that one of her relatives who came to India to meet her was carrying 90,000 EUROs, which was against the rule, and he had been detained.

The victim deposited money in different accounts in stages to free her friend. When their demand increased day by day, the victim realised she had been d¥ped and reported the matter to the CID CB Cyber Crime Police Station, where a FIR was filed on November 16.

The CID CB launched an investigation and discovered that the majority of the accounts belonged to people from north east India and were operated from various locations in New Delhi.

Based on this information, a CID CB team led by Inspector Anila Anand travelled to Delhi and apprehended the accused in the Dwarka area.

According to the release, these include 16 debit cards, 12 mobile phones, 22 bank passbooks, 10 bank cheque books, 20 SIM cards, a laptop, a passport, Aadhar card, and PAN card issued in his name.

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