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3 People Claiming To Be S.4 Students Arrested With Fake $6300 Worth Shs29M

There are complains coming up from the members of the public within Lira Town of ATM, Mobile Money and fake or  counterfeit currencies related fraudsters that have victimized the softly targeted persons.

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Police we want to categorically inform the public that fraud is a crime and therefore in the same regard warn them that they should be very vigilant, especially when they go about their transactions using the ATM cards and Mobile Money businesses, because their intelligence report indicates that these fraudsters often masquerade around the bank premises and Mobile Money points within the town and fraudulently engage their victims in the name of assisting them to operate the ATM and at the end access people’s PIN numbers and change people’s ATM cards where they disappear with it and withdraw people’s money from another ATM access points within town.

These organised offenders do nearly the same tricks to those who operate mobile money businesses deceiving them by depositing fake currencies and vanish away. Similarly, this afternoon of 18/9/2018 at around 1300hrs, 3 people claiming to be students from Bright light College along Juba Road within Lira Town were apprehended and handed over to Police by the Bank security Guards at Housing Finance Bank with 6300 fake USD worth 29 million Ush.

Ongel Ambros M/A 19 from Alebtong District, Ochero Peter M/A 18 from Otuke District and Abwon Morris M/A 18 from Oyam District all claiming to be students of S.4 are currently being held at Lira CPS on the alleged possession of counterfeit notes vide SD ref. 34/18/09/2018.

The Police detectives are yet to confirm from the management of Bright light College whether they have such students, because they did not have any identification documents with them at the time of their arrest.

As we are all know that Students are in the process of going back to school, these seasonal lawbreakers take advantage to target those clearing fees at Banks.

People should therefore be very vigilant and report such persons to any relevant authorities for intervention and on the same note do warn whoever shall be caught offside the law in regard such crimes shall be prosecuted within the provisions of the law.

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