Mumbai: A second-hand auto merchant who professedly deceived a Tardeo inhabitant and left with another money note of Rs2,000 at an ATM at Nagpada was captured on Sunday. Sarfaraz Khan (35), an occupant of Kalapani in Agripada, was reserved for duping and remanded to police guardianship.
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Police said an occupant of Navjivan Co-agent Housing Society on Saturday went to a close-by ATM and remained in a line to pull back Rs2,000. He told police that he saw the blamed close to the ATM. At the point when his turn came, he embedded his check card and wrote his PIN, yet he didn’t get cash. “Promptly, Khan said he needed to pull back cash, and mediated, squeezed a couple keys, and got another Rs2,000 note. Be that as it may, the complainant got a text-based notification that he had pulled back Rs2,000,” said a cop.
He instantly pursued Khan, who with the assistance of other individuals, got him and gave him over to the police. Police said they are seeing whether it was finished by slip-up or Khan had deceived him, and in the event that he had deceived other individuals as well.