Delhi: Man hacks stolen phone, blackmails women; held | Delhi News – Times of India

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NEW DELHI: A snatcher, who had stolen a cell phone from a lady, managed to hack into her pictures and began threatening her buddies to leak their intimate photos on social media. He demanded Rs 2 lakh from one of many buddies in return for not posting her {photograph}. The person, Junaid (22), was arrested on her criticism.
Vijayanta Arya, DCP (North-West), stated the girl had approached the Adarsh Nagar police station with a criticism by which she talked about getting calls from an unknown quantity demanding the cash. The caller had additionally forwarded her intimate pictures and was sending lewd messages. He had additionally given her a cellular pockets hyperlink to switch the cash.
The quantity was tracked all the way down to Bharatpur in Rajasthan and the accused was arrested. The cell phone on which the Paytm account was lively had 4 SIM playing cards issued on pretend ID of Agra, Uttar Pradesh, by means of which Junaid transferred the quantity to his pretend checking account. Police seized the cellphone from his possession. Junaid additionally disclosed that he was concerned in on-line frauds together with his brother and different members of his village.

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