In a post shared by Warri Aproko Tv on Thursday, 18 March, and was earlier shared by Sapele Times media, the man was nabbed on Wednesday after he swapped someone's ATM card and rushed to another bank to withdraw money from the victim's account.
It was reported that he specialises in swapping peoples ATM cards while trying to help unsuspecting ATM users that don't know much about how to operate the machine.
Luck ran out of him after he swapped someone's ATM card at a location in the Delta community and rushed to another bank, UBA located at Water resources in Effurun, Delta State to make a withdrawal. Unknowing to him, the branch he went to is the victims registered branch and the victim had already put a call to his account officer informing him about the incident. The victims account officer had put a red alert on his bank account before the suspect came and withdrew the sum of 200k from the victim's account.
The video below showed the moment he was nabbed and was being interrogated by the officials and security operatives of the bank. He confirmed that he withdrew 200 thousand naira from the victim's account. Warri Aproko Tv dug deeper to uncover the suspect's Facebook account where most of his photos were gotten from.
To see the video, click here
Taking a look at his pictures from his social media, you would see flashy things that would readily attract people but there a saying which states that 'there is more than meets the eye' and 'all that you see is not all there is.' May God help us to expose more of these evil ones in our society.
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