Two money launderers arrested for forging Facebook accounts to send goods abroad

Coalition Forces Arrest Two Suspects for Fraud on Facebook The country will send about 20 victims to send money to themselves.
The suspects were identified as Longe Olaouwa Akindele, a Nigerian man, 30, and Nin, a Cambodian. Srey Pov, female, 33 years old. The suspects confessed that they had been cheating on social media for almost two years by impersonating a Facebook account to send goods from abroad. This is according to the Facebook page of the Department of Technology Crimes, published on May 2, 2020.

The Department of Technology Crimes confirmed that the victims of social media fraud sent money to the two suspects. Above there are about 20 people and a total of about 50,000 US dollars.

The two suspects are currently being investigated by the Anti-Technology Crime Police, building a case to be sent to court and continuing to search for the suspects. Another black man who used to ask the suspect to be a Cambodian woman to withdraw money instead.

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