Henan severely crack down on "killing Pig Plate" Telecom Network Fraud and detain 1422 people
Xinhua News Agency, Zhengzhou, November 7 (Reporter Li Lijing) the reporter learned from the Henan Provincial Public Security Bureau that the province severely cracked down on "pig killing" telecom network fraud, wiped out 116 telecom network fraud criminal gangs in a short period of time, and arrested 1422 suspected criminals. 3266 criminal cases of telecom fraud were cracked, 6564 mobile phone cards, 2149 bank cards, 1333 mobile phones, 557 computers and 45 POS machines were seized, and 33.95 million yuan in stolen money and 20 vehicles were frozen and seized.
"Pig killing" telecom network fraud, refers to the fraudsters through QQ, WeChat and other dating software to meet the victims, gradually developed into all-to-say friends, guide the victims to "invest"betting", so as to carry out the criminal activities of fraud.
From late September to mid-October, public security organs in Henan Province launched a series of anti-fraud operations on "Thunder 31" and "Thunder 33" in 2019, focusing on the crime of "killing pigs" and opening up two battlefields at home and abroad. In view of 98 telecom network fraud crime projects to collect the network centrally, and achieved good results. Public security organs in Kaifeng, Hebi, Xinyang, Shangqiu and other places sent working groups to the Sino-Myanmar border to carry out their work. With the strong support of the border workstation of the Ministry of Public Security and the public security organs of Yunnan Province, 76 suspects were arrested and brought back one after another.
The Henan Public Security Bureau also organized public security organs of 12 municipalities under the provincial government, including Xuchang, Anyang and Jiaozuo, to carry out centralized and unified operations in Laos, destroying a total of 15 online fraud havens, killing 18 fraud gangs, and arresting 136 criminal suspects. More than 1200 cases were cracked, and a large number of crime tools, such as computers, mobile phones, bank cards, and so on, were seized.