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Central Java Police Hunt Men Confess Police Threatens to Spread Nude Videos of Victims |  merdeka.com

Merdeka.com – Police The Region (Polda) of Central Java (Central Java) is hunting for extortionists and fraudsters who claim to be police. The modus operandi of the perpetrators threatened to spread indecent photos belonging to the victim.

“We are still investigating to reveal the real identity, and the whereabouts of the perpetrators are still being tracked,” said Head of Public Relations of the Central Java Police, Kombes Iqbal Alqudusy, Saturday (15/7).

The follow-up to the handling of cases of extortion and fraud that went viral on social media was carried out in response to complaints from the public who were victims. From the results of a temporary search of the perpetrator’s presence outside Java.

Previously, a tweet appeared on a Twitter account @merapi_uncover which uploaded a confession of someone being a victim of fraud by a man in police uniform.

“Pak @ganjarpranowo, thank you for being followed up by fraud on behalf of (Septian PS Wagiu) @poldajateng @reskrimsusjtg Hopefully there will be no more victims,” ​​the account tweeted.

In the tweet, screenshots of the conversation between the perpetrator and the victim were also displayed that sounded threatening.

While the results of checking through the WhatsApp application found that the number was found to have posted a profile photo of a figure in the uniform of the National Police Service. It is suspected that the cellular number was used by an irresponsible person to commit fraud in the name of a member of the National Police.

His party is concerned about the increasing number of cases of fraud and extortion with similar modes in the community. He appealed to the public, especially young people, to establish relationships by getting acquainted fairly.

“To be more careful in making acquaintances with someone through social media. Do not give something private to people whose identity cannot be ascertained,” concluded Iqbal Alqudusy.

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