Bulgarian Arrested for Robbing Two Banks Via ATMs in Zagreb

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Bulgarian citizen stole 28 thousand kunas from two ATMs in Zagreb.

A 34-year-old Bulgarian citizen who placed a magnetic card recorder on two ATMs in Zagreb in September was caught having stolen 28 thousand kunas from two banks through multiple unauthorized transactions in Indonesia, reports Poslovni.hr on October 20, 2017.

A man suspected of computer fraud was caught on Wednesday at the Bajakovo border crossing when police officers found in his car the so-called ” ‘skimmer’, a card reader device with a magnetic strip which scans and records all information from bank and other payment cards as well as other equipment for unauthorized copying of card records.

The suspect set up these devices on September 12 and 13 at the ATM in Jurišiceva Street and on September 14 at Josip Jelačić Square, thus causing damages to the banks via six unauthorized transactions in Indonesia.

During a criminal investigation, five mobile phones, two tablets, a USB device, a micro SD card adapter and two SD cards were found at the suspect, police reported.


Translated from Poslovni Dnevnik


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