Grabbed Three Nigerians arrested for alleged forgery

Three Nigerians are in the grips of the Accra Police for engaging in internet fraud

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From left — Attiti Best, Iduh Joel and Solomon Eseoghene play

From left — Attiti Best, Iduh Joel and Solomon Eseoghene

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Three Nigerians suspected to be behind the forging of fake documents such as drivers’ licences, voters’ identification cards, bank statements and police criminal clearance forms.

On June 26, the Accra Regional Police Command had a tip-off that a gang of young men were defrauding some individuals at Dome, a suburb of Accra.

Acting upon the tip-off, the police dispatched a team of officers and managed to arrest three of the suspects operating with a laptop computer.

They were arrested with forged documents of the Police and Immigration Services, the DVLA, Electoral Commission, Civil Aviation Authority and Barclays Bank.

Deputy Accra regional Police Commander Timothy Bongo told Starr FM the suspects were arrested upon a tip-off.

“On June 26 the Accra Police command received a tip-off that a gang of young men had gathered at Dome and were defrauding people on the internet. The Police acted swiftly by dispatching a team of Policemen to the area.

“The team retrieved 8 laptops which contained forged documents of the Ghana Police service and other state and private institutions. The items are currently with the regional police command for further investigations,” he added.

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