Police in Accra have arrested Vincent Tawiah, 22, an internet fraudster who swindles people of their monies through social media accounts he created claiming to be dealing in Iphones. The Police outsmarted him as they used one of his numerous victims as a bait to lure him to the Accra Mall where he was busted.
According the police, the suspect advertises Iphones on Instagram and other social media platforms for far below the actual market prices. When contacted, he then swindle unsuspecting victims by making them send monies to mobile money account number 0551978205, registered in the name of Rhydale Addae, after which he cuts all contacts with the victims.
He however run out of luck as the police used one of his victims to lure him, leading to his arrest on Monday [May 10, 2021]. Several of his victims have since come up to identify the fraudster and the police are encouraging more people who have been swindled by him to report to the National Operations Department at the Police Headquarters at Ring Road in Accra or to call 0238894764.
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