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May 22, 2022

Seven suspected of information scams, heard in Turnu Severin

Seven people suspected of information scams were detained, following searches conducted, on Friday, at 15 homes in Drobeta Turnu Severin and taken to hearings. Two of the seven people summoned to hearings were  detained by the DIICOT prosecutor, while another was banned from leaving  the city. According to the investigators, the ring included ten people who  committed criminal acts both on Romanian soil, as well as in Spain and France. In turn, the head of the Craiova Anti-Organized Crime Squad, chief inspector  Silviu Vacaru, stated, for Mediafax, that the searches were meant to  de-structure an organized crime group, that included the ten. According to the  atter, the members of the group used to steal information from Romanian servers and commit skimming jobs in EU states, particularly in Spain and France.

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