759 suspects in telecom network fraud repatriated
Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, November 7 (Reporter Xiong Feng) the reporter learned from the Ministry of Public Security on the 7th that according to the consensus reached between China and Mongolia on jointly cracking down on the crime of cross-border telecommunications network fraud, Mongolian law enforcement authorities seized a number of Chinese suspects suspected of telecommunications network fraud and repatriated 759 of them to our country.
At about 12: 00 on November 7, under the unified organization and command of the Ministry of Public Security, the public security organs of Inner Mongolia and Jiangsu escorted the above-mentioned criminal suspects by train to Nanjing, Jiangsu Province. This is the first time this year that our public security organs have carried out international police law enforcement cooperation and seized the largest number of suspects in telecommunications network fraud, effectively deterring such illegal and criminal activities.
Since September this year, some leaders of telecom network fraud criminal gangs have summoned and led them in batches to go to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, to hide in hotels to carry out fraud against Chinese people. Fraud techniques include online dating induced investment gambling fraud and stock recommendation fraud. On October 29, in accordance with the consensus reached between China and Mongolia in May this year on jointly cracking down on cross-border telecommunications network fraud, Mongolian law enforcement authorities seized 790 Chinese suspects suspected of telecommunications network fraud in four hotels in Ulaanbaatar. Nearly 1,000 computers and thousands of mobile phones were seized.
According to a relevant person in charge of the Ministry of Public Security, in view of the crime situation of overseas telecommunications network fraud, since the beginning of this year, the Ministry of Public Security has organized relevant local public security organs to carry out police law enforcement cooperation in Cambodia, the Philippines, Laos, and other countries. A large number of fraud sites have been destroyed, and 1336 suspects of telecommunications network fraud have been escorted home 11 times, greatly deterring foreign telecommunications network fraud criminal syndicates. Under the situation of continuous crackdown and high pressure by our public security organs, criminals have transferred fraud havens from Southeast Asia to other regions one after another. This time, China and Mongolia have jointly cracked down on the criminal activities of telecommunications network fraud, further squeezing the living space of fraudsters abroad.