Haryana Police busts two online cyber fraud gangs in Sirsa, 11 arrested

Haryana Police has busted two online cyber fraud gangs in Sirsa and has arrested eleven persons.

ANI | Sirsa (Haryana) | Updated: 19-11-2020 23:56 IST | Created: 19-11-2020 23:56 IST
Haryana Police busts two online cyber fraud gangs in Sirsa, 11 arrested
Haryana Police busts two online cyber fraud gangs in Sirsa (Photo ANI). Image Credit: ANI

Haryana Police has busted two online cyber fraud gangs in Sirsa and has arrested eleven persons.

"Our team has busted two online cyber fraud gangs in Sirsa and arrested 11 of its members on the charges of defrauding a large number of people via online companies like Amazon, PayZapp and Dhani," the police said in a tweet.

"So far, 607 SIMs, 22 mobiles and two laptops have been recovered," it added. (ANI)

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