Police arrest five fraud syndicate suspects for allegedly using stolen credit cards to buy luxury goods which they then sold for profit. Photo: Shutterstock
Police arrest five fraud syndicate suspects for allegedly using stolen credit cards to buy luxury goods which they then sold for profit. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong police arrest 5 fraud syndicate suspects who allegedly bought goods worth HK$5.7 million using stolen credit cards

  • Syndicate suspects accused of stealing credit cards to buy luxury goods that were then sold for profit
  • Police say 30 credit cards and some identity cards were stolen from 16 victims in restaurants or changing rooms in sports facilities and clubhouses

Police arrest five fraud syndicate suspects for allegedly using stolen credit cards to buy luxury goods which they then sold for profit. Photo: Shutterstock
Police arrest five fraud syndicate suspects for allegedly using stolen credit cards to buy luxury goods which they then sold for profit. Photo: Shutterstock
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