FIR registered against four people for cheating retired police official

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Pune : Deccan Express Pune Crime News |An incident has been reported wherein ₹28 lakh was withdrawn from the bank account of a retired police officer after stealing information about his bank account after borrowing his mobile to contact a friend. (Pune Crime News)


The Wanawadi police have registered an FIR against Hrishikesh Balasaheb Shahane (24), a resident of Mohammadwadi Road, Sadiq Ismail Shaikh (36), a resident of Hadapsar, Amey Bhagwan Suryavanshi (34), a resident of Dhankawadi and Rahul Tyambake. Bajirao Wagh (62), a resident of Hadapsar, has lodged a complaint. The incident took place from January 22 2021 to October 26, 2022.


According to the police, the complainant Wagh retired from police service in 2017. Since 2020, he operates a tea stall near the bus stop at Wadkarmala in Mohammadwadi. The money which he had got after retirement and other funds were in his account. Since he wanted to buy a house, he had kept the money in his account. The accused Hrishikesh won Wagh’s confidence because he did not know how to use a mobile. Wagh used to treat him like his son.


Taking advantage, Hrishikesh borrowed his mobile to make a call to his friend and stole personal information about his bank account. Later, he transferred ₹28 lakh to bank accounts of his friends Shaikh, Trayambake and Suryavanshi.


The complainant Wagh had purchased a plot of one guntha at Mantarwadi and he wanted to make payment to a person. Wagh gave a cheque to the person but the latter demanded cash. When Wagh went to the bank to withdraw money, he was told that ₹300 was remaining in his account. He was told that money had been withdrawn online from his account. When bank employees asked whether he had given his mobile to anyone, he told them that he had given it to Hrishikesh.


When Wagh checked the bank statement, he found that Hrishikesh had transferred ₹28 lakh to his friends’ bank accounts. When Wagh questioned Hrishikesh, the latter told him that he would return the money. However, Wagh lodged a complaint with the police after he realised that he had been cheated. API Jaywant Jadhav is investigating the case.


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