SCAMMERS IN JAIL: 200 Million Yen From US Soldiers Or Japanese Women? Three Cameroons Arrested2019-10-06T23:18:23-04:00

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SCAMMERS IN JAIL: 200 Million Yen From US Soldiers Or Japanese Women? Three Cameroons Arrested

 The Metropolitan Police Department violated the Organized Criminal Punishment Law for crimes of 3 to 32 years old in Cameroon nationality (crime revenue). Arrested on the suspicion of (acquisition) and announced on the 2nd. Both are denied charges.

 The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department has confirmed a total of approximately 200 million yen in deposits from Japanese women in various parts of Japan from April 2016 for about two and a half years with 10 accounts under the name of three people. We are proceeding with the clarification of the damage as a result of the same “international romance fraud”.

According to Section 1 of the Organized Crime Countermeasures, arrested were self-proclaimed self-employed Numfo Fritz Gerrard (32), 4-chome Higashi Tateishi, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo. From May to September last year, there was a suspicion that a total of 23.2 million yen was received in each account, knowing that a female employee in her fifties living in Tokyo was cheated and transferred. According to the investigation, he said that he asked an acquaintance to lend an account and withdraw cash and hand it over.

(Asahi Shimbun Digital October 3, 2019, 00:05)





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