Mumbai: Two arrested for duping senior citizen at ATM


Daijiworld Media Network - Mumbai

Mumbai, Jul 15: Two persons were arrested for duping a senior citizen at a bank ATM in Malad. The accused, Ramesh Devangaon, a driver, and Firoz Pathan, a chicken shop owner, have been booked for the theft.

Kishorilal Bissa (60), had gone to an ATM to deposit Rs 99,000 cash into the account of the private company where he worked. One of the accused came up to him and suggested he insert only one bundle of notes at a time.

Bissa followed the suggestion but when no acknowledgement for the deposit was printed, the man suggested Bissa check with the manager. While Bissa was gone, the accused is believed to have hit the 'cancel transaction' button and collected the cash from the slot.

  

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