In Sevastopol, a 32-year-old unemployed man did not spend a long time “showing off” with someone else’s bank card. Responsible for theft
In Sevastopol, criminal investigation officers detained a suspect in the theft of funds from a bank card. The attacker turned out to be a 32-year-old unemployed local resident who, using someone else’s bank card, made purchases for more than 72 thousand rubles in various stores in the city within 24 hours.
A 46-year-old local resident contacted the Russian Department of Internal Affairs in the Balaklava region with a statement about the theft of his funds. The day before, the man lost his bank card and, upon discovering that money was being debited from his account, immediately blocked it and contacted the police.
During operational search activities, criminal investigation officers identified and detained a suspect who discovered a lost card on the street and decided to go shopping at someone else’s expense. Using the bank card he found, he used it to pay for food, alcohol, smoking accessories, perfumes and household chemicals, several power tools and a pair of shoes. Later, having discovered that the card was blocked, he got rid of it— said the Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the city of Sevastopol.
The involvement of the detainee in the crime committed is confirmed by his confession and recordings from CCTV cameras.
During an inspection of the suspect’s home, police officers discovered and seized some goods acquired by criminal means.
The investigative department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the Balaklava region opened a criminal case against the attacker under paragraph “g” of Part 3 of Art. 158 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Theft”), he faces up to 6 years in prison. The defendant was taken into custody. So he “bossed”…