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2 man arrested for claiming to be police officers

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Two man aged 22 and 32 claimed them self to be police officers contacted a victim aged 27 said that they were investigating the victim for money laundering and scam-related offences.

The victim was given a link and was instructed to key in her internet banking detail and one time password. Later she found out that her bank had $50,000 transferred to two bank accounts.

They also contacted 2 other victims aged 21 and 24 that their bank account was used for money laundering act and was instructed to pass cash to 1 of them.

The two man was arrested on Friday(5 May 2017). If convicted for the offence of dishonestly receiving stolen property, the two man can be jailed up to five years, fined, or both.

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