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Police Identify Fraud Cases by Chinese Citizens

Chairman of the Special Assignment Task Force (Satgasus) raid in Jakarta AKBP Susetyo Purnomo Condro said the police immediately coordinated with the immigration authorities to check passports and visas used by the perpetrators.

The assertion was conveyed as a follow-up to the arrest of hundreds of Chinese and Taiwanese nationals.

AKBP Susetyo said it could not confirm the deportation for the international crime syndicate. "While waiting for coordination with immigration, we do data collection and identity identification of the perpetrators," said Susetyo in Jakarta, today.

The police will coordinate with the immigration authorities first before deciding on extradition to their home country. Data collection by holding immigration against the perpetrators of crimes is important because the crimes committed are transnational.

The raids in Jakarta were conducted at a luxury house on Jalan Duta Raya School, Pondok Indah, South Jakarta, on Saturday (29/7). The house is suspected to be the headquarters of fraud and cross-border operations by Chinese origin syndicates.

In the raid, there were 29 Chinese citizens who were secured. This network is part of a racketeering and fraud syndicate that was also raided in Bali and Surabaya.

The arrests were conducted at Jalan Sekolah Duta Raya Number 5, Pondok Indah, Kebayoran Lama, South Jakarta. The same mode is claiming to be a law enforcement officer in China with victims also Chinese citizens. At the location, the police confiscated seven laptops, 31 iPad mini, an iPad, 12 handytalky, 12 wireless routers, mobile phones, to Chinese identity cards, and passports.

Chinese citizens are secured for allegedly committing crimes of cyber in the form of online fraud.

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