Police representative SP Abdu Jinjiri uncovered this to DAILY POST.
He said the occurrence occurred on the 15/7/2020 at one of the banks along Kiyawa street in Dutse nearby Government.
He clarified that the occurrence happened when a business engine vehicle driver sent his conductor with his ATM card to pull back the total of N25,000 from one of the banks.
Jinjiri said during the time spent helping the person in question, the ATM card was changed with another and got snared in the machine while attempting to pull back the cash.
He said the casualty accordingly hurried to the bank to demand his card back and found that his card was utilized by obscure person(s) and the aggregate of N40,000 was expelled from his record through another ATM point.
Police prevailing with regards to capturing the two suspects at Wunti Quarters, Bauchi State.
Over the span of examination, the cash pulled back and the card expelled were recuperated from the suspects.
"Case is under scrutiny and will be charged to court soon," he said.
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