Metro Police Investigator Investigate Alleged Three Network Skimming

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Wednesday, March 21 2018 - 15:00 IWST

Pelaku tindak pidana skimming (Foto Dok Industri.coid)
Pelaku tindak pidana skimming (Foto Dok Industri.coid)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Metro Jaya Police investigators are investigating allegations of three skimming networks that break into bank customers' data and funds in Indonesian territory.

"We understand what happened in Surabaya in relation to or not with one, two, or three networks," said Director of Criminal Investigation of Polda Metro Jaya Police Commissioner Nico Afinta in Jakarta Wednesday (21/3/2018).

He said Polda Metro Jaya investigators searched through the bank breaker network of bank customers in wilayaj Java, Bali and East Nusa Tenggara (NTT).

The Jakarta Police Officer will coordinate with the local police to investigate the alleged linkage of the "skimming" crime network.

Previously, members of the Jakarta Metropolitan Police arrested syndicate breaker bank account balances consisting of five citizens Bulgaria, Romania, and Hungary, and an Indonesian citizen.

The perpetrators, namely IRL, LNM, ASC from Romania, FH (Hungary), BKV (Bulgaria), and MK (WNI) arrested officers in different locations.

The international syndicate steals about 3,000 customer data from 64 domestic and overseas banks in Indonesia.

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