An Asian was arrested for using a number of forged credit cards during his stay in the Kingdom of Bahrain, according to Director-General of Anti-Corruption and Economic and Electronic Security.
The man was arrested after the police launched a probe into the case following a complaint by an international bank stating that an anonymous person was using forged credit cards at the Bank’s ATMs to obtain unjustified amounts of money.
The suspect was identified and arrested within 24 hours of the reporting of the case. He had a number of forged credit cards, money and a range of electronic devices, computers and smartphones, used to forge the cards.
He said that legal proceedings are taken to refer the case to the Public Prosecutor.
Source Credit: Defend Bahrain