Conmen held for cheating people with fake rice-pulling equipment

Conmen held for cheating people with fake rice-pulling equipment

September 30, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Devaraja Police have arrested four persons on charges of cheating people through fake rice-pulling equipment and have seized the fake rice-puller from them.

The Police, who raided two rooms of a hotel on Dhanvantri Road on Sept. 26, arrested 57-year-old M.G. Chandramohan of Chennai in Tamil Nadu, 50-year-old T.V. Ibrahim of Thennala village at Malappuram in Kerala, 49-year-old K.R. Girinadhan of Bengaluru and 40-year-old M. Gopi of Bengaluru. The accused use to show videos of rice-pullers stored in their mobile phones to lure people and cheat them to the tune of lakhs of rupees.

Those who have been cheated by the accused may contact Devaraja Inspector on Mob: 94808-02231 or Ph: 0821-2418306, according to a press release from the PRO, City Police Commissioner’s Office, Mysuru.


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