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March 4, 2021

Six investigated for forging documents, at Timisoara

Six persons, among whom an employee of the IT Recording Service from Timisoara are suspected of belonging to a network which forged identity cards, labour records and contracts, and other documents subject to which it was possible to obtain banking credits. According to investigators, the investigations in this case were made by the anticorruption officers, backed by DGIPI workers, starting in November 2008. Yesterday morning, the anticorruption and the police officers raided several locations from Timisoara, among which also the IT Recording Service. The amounts paid in the case of the forged identity documents obtained through the network from Timisoara vary between EUR 1,000 and 3,000, according to some investigators quoted by Mediafax. According to the investigators, the officers from DGA Timis and the gendarmes discovered in two of the raided places 20 forged identity documents. The prejudice produced so far allegedly rises to RON 1 M, money obtained from banking credits, according to investigators. The director of Timisoara IT Recording Division, Vasile Tarciatu, declared that the representatives of the institution were aware of the release of forged documents and had notified the investigators already in September 2008 about these problems. Tarciatu confirmed also that an employee of the institution is allegedly involved in this case.

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