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Friday, December 09, 2016

Leader Of ATM Card And Pin Robbers Confesses That They Got Ideas From Reading Papers

Police authorities in Abuja, yesterday, smashed a syndicate that specialised in robbing bank customers by swindling them of their Automatic Teller Machine, ATM, cards and pins, with the leader saying they got their ‘business’ idea from reading newspapers.


 The suspects and cards found in their possession.

 Vanguard gathered that the suspects, who were identified as David Wuese, Chika Okenyi, Omotayo Bamidele and Akura Godwin, were apprehended following complaints from members of the public to the Inspector General Police, Ibrahim Idris, who deployed his operatives at the Special Intelligence Response Team, IRT, to trail and arrest the suspects.


 Sources at Force Headquarters disclosed that members of the syndicate were trailed to hideouts in Enugu, Benue and Nassarawa states, where they were arrested and over 70 ATM cards recovered from them. A source said the suspects confessed during interrogations that they normally steal the ATM cards and pins while pretending to assist customers solve issues at ATM points. 


Confessions When Vanguard interviewed the suspects, the leader of the syndicate Wuese, aged 27, disclosed that the syndicate was formed in Makurdi, Benue State, and they carried out their activities across several states in the country. Wuese said: “We read about something similar to our operation in the newspapers, but modified it. Some of the ATM cards found in our possession were all invalid and that was what we were using to steal from our victims. “We don’t operate in one state. 


After stealing a card, we will check the balance and if the money is below N20,000, we don’t touch it. But if the amount in the account is huge, we withdraw money by phones, which we would resell at cheaper prices. “Sometimes, we take the ATMs to night clubs and hotels where we pay with cards.


 In our last operation, we bought three Samsung Galaxy Edge for N245,000 each and we sold them for N215,000. “We also bought three Blackberry Passport for N130,000 each and sold them for N90,000. We also got two Infinix phones for N82,000 and it was sold for N60,000. “I can’t recall the number of operations we have carried out, but we normally share all the money we have made equally. “I have bought a Toyota Camry with my own share of our loot. I don’t know what my friends have done with their own share.”

55 comments:

  1. Haaaa...See @Mr Bamidele also there....Ayeh oo


    This is combination of Yoruba demon and Igbo Angels




    @Galore

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    1. Galore you know one of them???

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    2. Which one of them is Bamidele? The second thief to the left looks like someone I've seen before. Very dumb youth!

      MrsBee

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    3. 'I have bought a Toyota Camry with my share' u go am enter cell!

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    4. Make ona no de fight again for this blog.. you can see that both Yoruba and Igbo are involved

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    5. Whiteberry's side boo10 December 2016 at 11:42

      Whiteberry's cousins and junior brothers from her sister's boo.... I'm surprised

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  2. See their life
    Y not go and learn work.

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    1. Instead of them to go hustle, they want the fast way.

      If u know your leboo is here please Signify by raising up your hand.

      Nigeria police can make u confess but your crime and that of your ancestors, @ " I bought toyota camry with my own share" haahahahaha.

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  3. Waoooooo, nawa o, you already bought a Camry? Everyday is for the thief but one day is for the owner




    *Larry was here*

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  4. Why is it that when robbers are caught in Nigeria, they like running their mouth, they talk and talk. From what I gathered from watching law and order, CSI etc, when robbers and other criminals are caught abroad they remain mute. Its the job of the police to investigate and discover how they usually operate. They don't start confessing

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    1. Hmmm..... That is the power of serious slapping! Have you ever been slapped by Nigerian Police Officers? If they slap and threaten you, you will cave in like a baby cos your tongue will be loosen, and your brain will totally reset to factory settings lols.

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    2. They beat shege out of them in Nigeria,especially if they know you are over guilty...
      By the time they give them front and back beating,they start singing.. trust the Nigerian Police force to release the statement with so much Gusto. LOL

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    3. That na CSI. When nigerian police go slap your face twice you will admit to what you didn't do

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    4. If only you knew the amount of beating 9ja police would have meted out to them before they start singing like birds! Where do you think Nigerians learnt jungle justice from?

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    5. That's because in Nigeria, d police would torture them while abroad they won't torture them, d fear of Nigerian police is d beginning of wisdom

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    6. don't believe everything you read online.


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    7. Their shot don hit bar,The wicked will never go unpunished.

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    8. Hahahahahahahahaha.....
      Ldf and Yko don save me o o.
      Can't believe I woke up depressed only to click on this page and can't stop laughing !
      Hahahahahah. My dear well said. Dad was the ACP, his slaps can make bishop confess that he is boko haram newly elected leader !
      Yko got rolling on the floor with pain and laughter ...that Nigerians learnt jungle justice from our very own police (they're supposed to be our friends )
      Hahahahahahahaha.Oh Jesus !
      This is wicked funny.
      Am saving this for future depression.

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    9. Have u heard of confessional statements?

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  5. This is wickedness. What a shame to Nigeria youth

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  6. you guys are wicked,someone else's sweat. God will continue to expose them.

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  7. Wasted lives.....enjoy ur Christmas and new year in jail

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  8. Is he giving a testimony or what
    Hian

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  9. Just look at them..
    Robbing innocent,hard working citizens of their hard earned monies.....
    Like leaving an account that has 20k or less makes them better than a common thief!!!

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    1. Lazy lots!

      How are you doing Dearie? It's been a while. Compliments of the season. My regards to your cuties.

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  10. Oh na wa oo,, anything for money,, well everyday for d tiff, one day for d owner, wen breeze blow fowl nyash go open.... They should dance to d tune of their music, oles

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  11. This my very own Makurdi? Na wa o.

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  14. Clap for yourselves,idiot pple..99 days for d thief,one day for d owner.. If u are a criminal,always remember that.. Lol

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    1. Sweety pie, couldn't you think of another name? Kindly leave this home right here for me.
      Please, I beg of you

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  15. God catch una.
    Ripping people off their sweat.

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  16. God bless una ooooo una try ooooooo.its good oooo. Thief well. So this is what people do? Now to have mobile transfer apo is a risk tooo. They hold you hostage till you transfer all. Make I no curse una

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  17. Lol,so you can used another ATM to collect money from another person account

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  18. I don't have ATM agn neither do I do internet banking.mtcheeew.ndi ala

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  19. Everyday for d thief, but one day for d owner.. Thank God dey got caught..

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  20. thank God they were caught,wicked souls

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  21. Bloody thieves causing people pains and agony. This is their end.

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  22. God don catch una today! Hehehe i hope y'all rot in there

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  23. please is he confessing or bragging? I don't understand.

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  24. every day for the thief, and now they are caught see blabbing

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  25. Tank God dy ve been caught! Plz someone should direct me on how 2 create a blog id so dat my Santa can locate me After investigating dat am sincerely in need of help 08104559774

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  26. Thank God they were caught. Imagine the kind of heartache they must have caused the owners og these cards......shame on you

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  27. Their cup don finally full. Imagine doing big boys with Thiefry! Smh!!!

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  28. But how did they get the pins

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