Kasargod: Cyber crime police arrest UP-based man for cheating girl of Rs 7 lacs

Stephan Kayyar

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (EP)

Kasargod, Nov 24: Kasargod Cyber crime police personnel have arrested a 19-year-old young resident of Uttar Pradesh on charges of getting acquainted with a girl on social media and cheating her of Rs 7 lacs.

The arrested is identified as Mohammed Sharik (19). He had got acquainted with the girl residing at Madhur. He had cheated the girl of Rs 7,00,500. Police personnel said that he had cheated the girl several times saying that he will be giving her a valuable gift.

Police have arrested the accused from Singhai Muravan, Uttar Pradesh on the basis of a cheating complaint received by them. He had become friendly with the girl through Instagram since September 2002 and they used to also chat with each other over whatsapp. He had cheated the girl of several lacs promising her valuable gifts.

The police team under the leadership of cyber crime station inspector K Prem Sadan, ASI Prem Rajan, Sawad Ashraf and Hari Prasad went to Uttar Pradesh on directions from Kasargod district SP Dr Vaibhav Saxena and arrested the accused. 




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