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Warsaw. Mother and son detained. They are suspected of theft and fraud

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The police detained a 45-year-old woman and a 26-year-old man. They are mother and son. They were supposed to impersonate policemen and rob elderly people. According to investigators, the losses may amount to hundreds of thousands of zlotys.

– One of such thefts occurred in March, at Senatorska Street. A woman and a man, posing as policemen, stole several thousand zlotys from an elderly woman – said Sgt. pcs. Jakub Pacyniak from the downtown police station.

Police officers from the department combating property crime at the downtown police station determined the identities of two suspects. It turned out to be a 45-year-old woman and her 26-year-old son.

SEE: She collected all the money from the house and gave it to a strange man.

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A policeman with a detained man KRP I

Arrest, charges and arrest

Thanks to the cooperation of downtown police officers with officers of the Municipal Police Headquarters in Częstochowa, the suspects were arrested on one of the streets of Częstochowa. They were transported to Warsaw, where they were charged with theft and fraud.

According to investigators, the losses of those defrauded (mainly in Warsaw and Toruń) may amount to several hundred thousand zlotys.

The court agreed to the prosecutor's request and placed the suspects under pre-trial detention for a period of three months.

The proceedings in this case are supervised by the Warsaw Śródmieście-Północ District Prosecutor's Office.

A policeman with a detained womanKRP I

SEE: “He took over a senior's life savings in 25 payments.”

Police appeal

The police appeal for increased vigilance when someone asks us for money, especially when they pretend to be a policeman, prosecutor or other officer or bank employee. “Remember that police officers never ask for money under the pretext of, for example, a special action“- they remind.

They also remind you about the functioning of the telephone number 47 72 33 222 to the capital's police officers, where you can report an attempted fraud.

Police warn against “grandson” and “policeman” scams KRP V

Main photo source: KRP I



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