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Barbados: Police seek suspects in ATM fraud


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Suspect in ATM robbery.

(NATIONNEWS) — The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in identifying and locating the men in these images.

They are suspects in several reported cases of ATM fraud.

If seen, you are asked to immediately contact the Criminal Investigation Department at 430-7189/9019, Police Emergency at 211, Crime Stoppers at 1800-8477(TIPS) or the nearest police station.

Meanwhile, the police are also asking people to be cautious when using ATMs, especially at night.

The public is therefore advised that should they discover any anomalies as it refers to their bank statements or accounts, to immediately contact their banking institution if any unusual activity is suspected. (PR/SAT)

Suspects in ATM Fraud

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