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Sunday, December 15, 2013

Facebook Cheat Pretends Heartbreak, Dupes Girl of Rs 10 Lakhs

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Now what would you say to this report that a College dropout used fake Facebook profile to sweet-talk a girl into stealing her mother's jewellery. Within 15 days, cops turn the tables, lure him with a fake profile of their own. As per the report:

The police have arrested an 18-year-old college dropout who posed as a businessman on Facebook and sweet-talked a 14-year-old into giving him Rs 10 lakh worth jewellery and cash she had stolen from home. Fittingly, the cops nabbed the accused, identified as Misbah Ayub Ali Khan, by baiting him by creating a fake Facebook profile of a woman. Khan, who was arrested from his hometown in Uttar Pradesh, has been remanded to police custody till December 16. “The accused was a student of hotel management in Rizvi but stopped going to college some months ago,” said DCP Mahesh Patil, who headed the investigation.

After chatting with some of the girls for a few days using the Armaan profile, Khan decided his target — a 14-year-old schoolgirl. He told her he is a successful businessman with a lot of property. Soon, they were talking of getting married. “Khan told the girl he had a Rs 2-crore worth plot where he would construct a villa for them to live.” But, Khan told the girl, there was hitch. He had raised Rs 1.7 crore, but was falling short of Rs 30 lakh. The girl immediately volunteered to help. The next day, she stole 19 tola of her mother’s gold jewellery and some cash — totalling Rs 10 lakh — and handed it over to Armaan. When the ‘Armaan’ Facebook profile went dormant, she realised she had been cheated. 

On November 28, she confessed to her parents. Following her parents' complaint, the police first visited Khan's grandparents at Saki Naka. They were told Khan had not come home for 10 days and they were worried. After two days, Malad police inspector Maruti Sangle, decided to turn the tables on him. Sangle created a Facebook profile in a girl’s name and sent ‘Armaan’ a friend request., which Khan accepted.

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