Police believed the gang had been operating in the city for about a year. Photo: ShutterstockPolice believed the gang had been operating in the city for about a year. Photo: Shutterstock
Police believed the gang had been operating in the city for about a year. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong police arrest five after cracking local operations of phishing gang that stole data of 2 billion people worldwide

  • Scammers used the stolen information to target their victims for credit card details, which were then used to make online purchases
  • After two-month probe, officers arrest five people – two Moroccan men and three local women, aged between 26 and 37

Topic |   Crime
Police believed the gang had been operating in the city for about a year. Photo: ShutterstockPolice believed the gang had been operating in the city for about a year. Photo: Shutterstock
Police believed the gang had been operating in the city for about a year. Photo: Shutterstock
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