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Police solve the mystery of BRI customer's loss of fund

Sabtu 17 March 2018 00:16 WIB

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Customer exits the e-Banking BRI gallery in Kediri, East Java, Wednesday (March 13).

Customer exits the e-Banking BRI gallery in Kediri, East Java, Wednesday (March 13).

Foto: ANTARA FOTO/Prasetia Fauzani
Police have been tracking the suspects for a week.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA -- Jakarta Police have arrested five suspects involved in a skimming syndicate that had stolen state-owned Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) customers' data and withdrew money from automatic teller machines (ATMs) in some regions. Four of the suspects are foreigners.

"We have tracked them for a week," a spokesman of the Jakarta Police Senior Comissioner Pol. Argo Yuwono stated here on Friday.

The five suspects comprised three Romanians, a Hungarian, and an Indonesian. They were identified as Caitanovici Andrean Stepan, Raul Kalai alias Lucian Meagu, Ionel Robert Lupu, Ferenc Hugyec, and an Indonesian Milah Karmilah.

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They were arrested at four different locations in the provinces of Banten and West Nusa Tenggara.

The suspects are undergoing police questioning.

Over the past week, BRI had received dozens of complaints from customers whose money disappeared from their accounts as part of a suspected ATM skimming scheme.

BRI claims it has compensated all its customers, who had become the victims of skimming.

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