The Laptop Found Banking Data Of 30 Thousand People.

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May 15, 2016
The data of more than 30 thousand ATM users from Goa, Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi, UP and Himachal Pradesh were extracted from the laptop of a 32-year-old man who was arrested in connection with numerous cases of alleged cash withdrawal from ATMs.
Jagparvesh aka Tony Dagar was arrested at Dwarka's Sector on August 18-26, police said they also found a gun with him.

Police confiscated a laptop and a skimmer on Friday, four days after Tony’s arrest.

Rajesh Deo from the Department of Criminal Police said: "During Tony's police detention, a raid was carried out to cover his accomplices from Dwarka. They were in Innova and hit the police car from behind and disappeared. We removed a skimmer and laptop with cloned card data from the car." .

On ATMs, Tony and his accomplices installed a skimmer on the card slot, and a camera above the keyboard, where the user enters his password.
A police officer said that Tony allegedly did this for more than two years and over the past month and a half "managed to spend more than 30 varnishes on his magnificent lifestyle."
One of the policemen said: "He is a bright man who loves attractive cars, parties and accommodation in five-star hotels. During the interrogation, he said that he had already used data from at least 1,500 people out of more than 30,000."
Deo said Tony is an accomplice to Parveen Dagar, who is being held in a Roorkee prison for skimming.
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