Three Ukrainian Men Nabbed in Chiang Mai for ATM Skimming

Three Ukrainian Men Nabbed in Chiang Mai for ATM Skimming
Three Ukrainian skimmers are taken before a police press conference in Chiang Mai on Wednesday. (Photo by Cheewin Sattha)
Three Ukrainian skimmers are taken before a police press conference in Chiang Mai on Wednesday. (Photo by Cheewin Sattha)

 

CHIANG MAI – Three Ukrainian Nationals have been nabbed in Chiang Mai with 56 ATM cards they used to steal about 1.5 million baht cash from bank ATMs, police said on Wednesday.

Police said at a press conference at Chiang Mai’s Muang district police station on Wednesday,  Yevhen Vorontsev, 36, Andrii Herashohenko, 23, and Dmytro Kuchin, 20 have been charged with colluding with another gang member in using fake ATM cards to steal money from banks.

The trio were apprehended separately while using fake ATM cards to withdraw cash in downtown areas on Tuesday.

Police seized 56 fake ATM cards, 67,000 baht cash, four passports.

Pol Maj Gen Montri Sambunnanont, chief of Chiang Mai police, said the arrests came after Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) reported unusual cash withdrawals from its ATM machines.

By Cheewin Sattha

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